Children enjoy Christmas fair before school holidays
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Excited schoolchildren got to enjoy a treat ahead of the Christmas holidays starting.
A festive fair was held at St Andrew’s Primary School on December 7.
Villagers from all over Congresbury headed to the school to enjoy what was on offer.
Activities available ranged from games to arts and crafts, meaning there was plenty of fun to be had.
Unfortunately, similar scenes of Christmas fun were scrapped at the 11th hour in Claverham.
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Court de Wyck Primary School’s celebrations had to be postponed due to a sickness outbreak.
Plans to reschedule the event in the new year are already being made.
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