IN PICTURES: Biggest summer fair to date for Clevedon school
PUBLISHED: 14:00 20 July 2019
Children and parents enjoyed its school's biggest summer fair.
Soaring temperatures and 37 stalls saw people gather at the St Nicholas' Chantry Primary School fair.
The Friends of St Nicholas' Chantry called the fair 'the hottest on record' with books, games and music for the whole family to enjoy.
The event raised about £5,000 to put towards classroom book corners and revamping a music room.
Among the stalls was a book fruit machine where the aim was to match three identical books in a row.
The stall took parent Rob Smith three days to build.
Other stands included the Mad Hatters' crockery smash, a musical instrument stall and a tennis tournament.
Headteacher Peter Treasure-Smith said: "It was a blazing hot day which meant big crowds of people came to have fun and raise loads of money for the school. It was a fantastic event."