A SCHOOL was transformed into a Christmassy wonderland for this year’s Christmas Fayre.
Greatham Primary School opened its doors to members of the community on Saturday (November 23) for lots of festive fun.
With a bumper raffle, bar and barbecue, Victoria the steam engine, tombolas, craft and class stalls, it has been hailed as the school’s most successful annual fayre yet.
The woodland grotto, Salvation Army band and festive cheer kick-started the Christmas season, and fun was had by all those who went along.
The band opened the fayre with a variety of Christmas carols, while Father Christmas made his way to the magical grotto, just weeks before the big day itself
Jo Goman, headteacher at the primary school said: “Greatham School is all about learning and community.
“I’m so proud of the staff and parents and the work they do.”
Although the exact total of funds raised at the fayre is still being finalised, around £5,650 will be used to support the school.
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