A primary school in Kimberley raised more than £1,000 at an autumn fair.
Hollywell Primary School hosted the event, which was packed with games and stalls, to earn money to improve the outdoor play area. There was a bouncy castle, games, tombolas, a barbecue, lucky dips, a treasure map, an art gallery and arts and crafts.
And as if that wasn’t enough, ‘Ride Wise’ were there with their fun bikes where kids could pedal with their hands instead of their feet, as well as guess the name of the teddy and guess the weight of the cake.
Teacher Nicola Photiou said: “It was a lovely afternoon. It went really well.”
The autumn fair will now be held every year.
Our photos show Amelia Moth, seven, and teacher Isabelle Fawcett on the ‘name the bear’ stall; pupils, from left, Hannah Grantham, five, Scarlett Stevenson, six, and Lucie Reeves, five, with their works of art; Guess how many? Jacob Stinson, nine, Stanley Bottomley-Tuck, eight, and Calan McGuiggan, nine; and Lawson Morris, five, with dad Danny Clark learning about safe cycling.