The Coleridge Primary School Summer Fair was held on Saturday 30th June. The sun graced us with its presence and everyone had a great time. All the usual stalls were there: the teacups ride was back and the Coleridge Has Got Talent show. There were also a few novelties: Mr Smith’s father’s speed topiary, a rowing machine challenge, manicures and an enormous climbing wall in the middle of the fair.
As always, the fair was well attended by the children and families of Coleridge, and while the kids bounced, rowed, climbed, sung, played and had fun with arts and crafts, the parents got stuck into the Pimm’s, burgers and silent auction.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the fair – local traders, St John’s Ambulance, the Police, teachers, staff, parents and children. The Summer Fair provides a large proportion of the money raised each year by Coleridge Families, which helps fund school trips, equipment and other school developments for the children. This is only possible by the ongoing support of the school and the families.
There are more photos on the Summer Fair Page.