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Parents, pupils and staff at The Manor Primary School in Melksham are getting ready for their annual Summer Fayre at the school on Friday 12th July at 3.15pm.
The event, organised by the newly formed Melksham Manor Parents, Teachers & Friends Association (PTFA) will raise funds to refurbish the school library.
With free entry and open to the public, the parents and children will be organising games and activities, including a tombola, hook-a-duck, welly-wanging, a cake stall, nail painting, and raffle.
There will also be stalls from local businesses including Bunch of Cakes, and craft activities with Melksham Messy Church, the largest growing church in Melksham.
The raffle prizes have been kindly donated by local businesses and groups and include; £50 cash prize, £25 shopping voucher, food hamper, Boomerang play vouchers, books, cake bouquet, wine, a voucher for Wiltshire School of Gymnastics Fun Day and lots more. Raffle tickets will be available at £1 each.
Manor PTFA’s chairperson, Kat Hopkins said, “We’d like to give a big thanks to all the local businesses that have kindly donated a raffle prize, and look forward to welcoming Melksham residents to our fayre and raising funds for the school library, which will benefit all the children at the school.”