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Tuesday, 18 December 2018
ABOUT 750 people visited Shiplake College’s annual Christmas fayre.
The sports hall was dressed and decorated by members of the parents’ association, which organised the event.
There was a range of stalls selling handmade silver jewellery, upcycled Christmas decorations, towels and ceramics.
The association was selling second-hand uniforms to raise funds and Shiplake College Boat Club supporters sold club merchandise.
Student Ben Thornber sold more than 20 chopping boards made for a Young Enterprise project and year 12 pupil Estelle Thomas sold out of her homemade granola.
The Shiplake Community Choir performed a medley of Christmas songs.
Children visited Father Christmas in his grotto and the Kiln Ceramics Café held pottery painting workshops for youngsters.
College events and alumni officer Catherine Brazil said: “It was so nice to see so many families and friends of the college enjoying themselves and the community choir really was the cherry on top of a fantastic day.”
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