Tuesday, 03 August 2021

Yule love it

Dozens of people visited a Christmas bazaar at Robert Piggott Junior School in Wargrave. Among the attractions included

Dozens of people visited a Christmas bazaar at Robert Piggott Junior School in Wargrave. Among the attractions included stalls, carol singing, mulled wine and Santa’s grotto. There was also a present room where children could wrap presents for their parents. Pupils from year six sold Christmas decorations and jewellery gifts made as part of their enterprise project and raised more than £300 for charity. The bazaar is run annually by the parent teacher association of the school and Robert Piggott Infant School. Lucinda Bryers, who chairs the association, said: “Children and adults alike all seemed to enjoy the afternoon. As usual, Father Christmas was the star attraction, closely followed by the secret present room. It was wonderful to have a choir singing carols to really get us into the Christmas spirit.”The proceeds will go towards new “smart” whiteboards. Above, Jess, five, and Kate Beazley, eight, from Wargrave, with Father Christmas



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