Family fun at school’s summer fair
- Credit: Archant
A bake-off competition, dance displays and games filled a Nailsea school as families enjoyed a summer fair.
Kingshill Church School, in Pound Lane, enjoyed a fun-filled event packed with games and delicious food.
The fair started with a dance performed by pupils from years three to six.
The children had performed the routine at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare during the North Somerset Dance Festival.
Talented young chefs entered the bake-off competition to show off their skills to their families and friends.
Harry Ford won the contest in the key stage one category, while Erin Poole was crowned the winner for key stage two.
The fair was organised by the Kingshill Friends Association to raise money for school funds.
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Guests also tucked in to barbecued food and candyfloss as they enjoyed the sun and family fun.