A FAIR with an Alice in Wonderland theme was held at Valley Road Primary School in Henley
A FAIR with an Alice in Wonderland theme was held at Valley Road Primary School in Henley.
Hundreds of children and parents attended Saturday?s event, which raised about £2,000 towards a new multi-purpose classroom.
There was a fancy dress competition to decide who should open the fair, which was won by year five pupil Nonnie Luke for her homemade Mad Hatter?s outfit.
Attractions included a Mad Hatter's Tea Party, a treasure trail, a gymnastics display given by the school?s gym club coach Matt Rosiak and a cake baking competition judged by Nicola Taylor, of Lawlor's Bakery.
There were also stalls, games of whack the caterpillar, a tattoo stand, a raffle, gold panning and a nail bar.
Siobhan Pratt, who chairs the parent-teacher association, said: "The Alice in Wonderland theme was good fun and allowed for some great creativity with the stalls and decorations, including a scrumptious Mad Hatter's Tea Party.
"The weather was perfect for a summer fair and we had a really good turnout, which added to the happy atmosphere.
?The most important thing is the kids had a ball and enjoyed all the fun and games, obstacle course and mega slide."