Everyone invited to St Albans primary school Christmas fair

PUBLISHED: 21:00 29 November 2017

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Festive fun will be had by all at a Christmas fair in a St Albans primary school this weekend.

St Peter’s School, on Cottonmill Lane, is holding a yuletide bash on Saturday - the youngsters can meet Father Christmas in Santa’s Grotto, play a variety of games, and peruse festive bric-a-brac and refreshment stalls.

There will also be a tombola and a raffle, with prizes including £100 photography vouchers, sessions at trampoline park Gravity Force or soft play area DJ Jungle, dining experiences, and hampers.

A member of the parent school association, Felicity Sagoe, encouraged people to attend: “It is going to be a really exciting, fun and interesting event, with lots of things to do for families and the kids.

“It will be a place to relax - a great family day out for a couple of hours.”

The event is entirely wheelchair accessible and takes place on December 2 from 12pm till 2.30pm.

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