A school held its ‘most successful’ summer fair ever recently.
St Mary’s School in Amersham held its summer fair on a Sunday for the first time ever on July 3, and it has been deemed a huge success.
There was a huge turn-out at the event, which raised about £6,000 for the school.
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The event, organised by the Friends of St Mary’s team, had a host of attractions including a bouncy castle, tug-of-war, bar, barbecue, raffle, stalls run by the year fives and a special guest appearance by Watford Football Club mascot Harry the Hornet, who opened the fair with a presentation and cutting of a ribbon.
Watford’s Community Sport and Education Trust brought inflatable games and ran skills sessions with the children.
The school’s judo and dance teams also performed.
Dawn Lammin from the school said: “It will be remembered as perhaps our most popular summer fair to date and the one that’s made the most profit for the school.”