Summer fair raises £3,000 for schools in Ely

PUBLISHED: 09:49 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:30 13 July 2018

Annette Blewett, head of Spring Meadow Infant and Nursery School, and Rebecca Ireland-Curtis, head of St Mary's Primary School, with the Mayor of Ely Cllr Michael Rouse who opened the summer fayre.

Annette Blewett, head of Spring Meadow Infant and Nursery School, and Rebecca Ireland-Curtis, head of St Mary's Primary School, with the Mayor of Ely Cllr Michael Rouse who opened the summer fayre.

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A summer fair raised £3,000 for two joint schools in Ely.

The Mayor of Ely, Councillor Michael Rouse, was on hand to open the joint summer fayre at Spring Meadow infant and nursery school,and St Mary’s Junior School in Ely.

The opening was followed by entertainment from dance group 4th Dimension ,St Marts steel pans, Spring Meadow school choir and Premier Sports Street Dance.

There were a range of stalls and activities on the day including sponge the teacher and hook the duck as well as a refreshments cafe and barbecue.

The event raised £3,000, which will be divided in half between Spring Meadow infant and nursery school and St Mary’s Junior School.

The fair, which was held on June 30, was organised by the Friends of St Mary’s (FOSMS) and Spring Meadows Parents and Staff Association (PSA).


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