Sun shines on Clevedon primary school’s ‘best’ fair

Jasper, Jake, Gabriel and Sam.

Jasper, Jake, Gabriel and Sam. - Credit: Archant

A Clevedon primary school has held its summer fair with a seaside theme.

Dawn Evans with Leila and Ffion in Tin Can Alley.

Dawn Evans with Leila and Ffion in Tin Can Alley. - Credit: Archant

The Friends of St Nicholas Chantry Primary School hosted the annual event which featured donkey rides and a mini roller coaster, as well as stalls delicious food and live music.

Families spent the afternoon enjoying the sunshine and getting involved in the entertainment on offer.

Tom Knott, chairman of the Friends of St Nicholas Chantry Primary School, said: “Our seaside theme was great and everyone involved worked their socks off to make it brilliant.

“Of course, a nice sunny day helped too.

Poppy, Austin and Joshua.

Poppy, Austin and Joshua. - Credit: Archant


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“A fabulous afternoon was head by both children and adults in what was our best fair by far.

“The money raised from the fair will go towards our next big Friends project.”

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The group’s next project will be decided during its AGM at 7.30pm on September 18.

Sian Horne and Helen Woodward running the tombola with the help of Sam and Brook

Sian Horne and Helen Woodward running the tombola with the help of Sam and Brook - Credit: Archant

Ava and Lucy taking on the Crocodile game.

Ava and Lucy taking on the Crocodile game. - Credit: Archant

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