A great community day at Hungerford Primary School July 4

on 26 June 2015.

A truly great day for the whole community is coming up on 4th July when Hungerford Primary School holds its annual Summer Fete at Fairview Road, Hungerford RG17 0BT from 12-4.30pm. The fete will be opened by celebrity antique dealer Stuart Hofgartner from TV's Real Deal and will feature all the hallmarks of a traditional summer fete including rare birds of prey, bouncy castle, face painting and a mix of commercial and independent stalls. You can either enjoy the on-site refreshments in the beer tent, burger stalls, candy floss and ice cream or bring a picnic of your own, sit back and enjoy the entertainment including a grand finale featuring War Horse as the central feature.

For those with a lucky streak, there will be both a raffle and a silent auction, with great prizes including a £150 voucher for Tesco’s and a signed race card from AP McCoy from his last racing event. The Hungerford Primary School PTA will use funds raised from the event to contribute to the children of Hungerford Primary School’s development, with the aim of purchasing 30 computers for classroom I.T lessons.

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