Summer fun at St Joseph’s fair

PUBLISHED: 11:54 02 July 2015

St Joseph's School fair.

St Joseph's School fair.

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Pupils and parents enjoyed a Friday afternoon school fair in Portishead.

Beat the goalie. Finn, aged 5 and brother Alex McLaughlin, aged 7, with Casper Garcia, aged 7.Beat the goalie. Finn, aged 5 and brother Alex McLaughlin, aged 7, with Casper Garcia, aged 7.

St Joseph’s Primary School, in Bristol Road, was packed on June 19 as it held its annual funfair.

Lots of traditional games were available for the children to enjoy, including the beat the goalkeeper football competition.

There was also plenty of other activities to do including a bouncy castle and a tombola.

The tea tent and barbecue also proved a popular option, especially among the parents, while the children let off some steam playing with the games on offer.


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