A school’s spring fair has been hailed a success by its headteacher.
Rosie Washford Mower from Nash Mills Primary School said: “It was a lovely spring occasion. It was well supported by parents, children and wider families. All together we look to have raised about £1,850, which is amazing in the current economic climate.”
The money raised will go towards upgrading the school’s computer facilities – a three year project that is expected to cost more than £80,000.
Among the attractions on Saturday were hook the duck, tombola, biscuit decorating, family photography, a visit from the police and fire service and the barbecue was a sellout success.