A PRIMARY school in Kimberley is having an autumn fair to raise money for new laptops.
Teachers at Hollywell Primary School want to replace all the school computers with laptops, and hope the fair next Friday, September 30, will set them on their way.
Entertainment and games will include face painting and tattoos, designing and making badges, a bouncy castle, decorating cookies, a football challenge and Hook a Duck.
There will also be a tombola, a raffle, and stalls selling books and cakes.
The school hopes to raise £600. It already has £1,000 to put towards the laptops, raised during Easter and summer fairs.
The fair, the biggest the school has ever put on, will be open between 3.30pm and 5.30pm and games will cost between 50p and £1.50.