Slideshow: Upwell Community Primary School’s Summer Fayre
THERE was a lot of clowning around in the rain at Upwell Community Primary School s Summer Fayre. Members of Murrow K9 Dog Display Team dressed up as clowns to entertain the visitors to the event last Saturday. Paul Lunn, the Chairman of Governors opened
THERE was a lot of clowning around in the rain at Upwell Community Primary School's Summer Fayre.
Members of Murrow K9 Dog Display Team dressed up as clowns to entertain the visitors to the event last Saturday.
Paul Lunn, the Chairman of Governors opened the event, which raised £891 for the Friends of the School Association.
Poor weather meant many of the activities had to be held in the school - but there was still plenty going on to keep everyone entertained.
Live music from Fenland band 'Something Else' and a car boot was set up alongside various displays, stalls and competitions.
Dee Harrison, from the school's friends association, said: "Despite the bad weather, everyone still managed to have fun.
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"The money will go towards the school's extra treats which aren't covered in its budget.