Skyswood School in St Albans promises “jam-packed” Summer fair

PUBLISHED: 17:00 31 May 2017

Skyswood School. Picture: Google Maps

Skyswood School. Picture: Google Maps


St Albans’ Skyswood School promises a “jam-packed afternoon”, celebrating the coming of Summer with a cartoon fair.

Skyswood School will be hosting their annual summer fair on Saturday 17th June, 4pm to 9pm. Live music, stalls, games, food and drink are just some of what is anticipated for the bash, with hundreds of guests expected to join the fun.

Pupils will be taking it in turns to host a stall, which is based on this year’s cartoon world theme, and all proceeds will be used to provide the school with more equipment.

The day’s activities include bouncy castles, sumo suits, a photo booth, smash-the-plates, a petting zoo, bubble magic, face painting, and many more.

Vice chair of the PTA, Jo Walker, said: “[There are] plenty of stalls for the adults. We offer a relaxed atmosphere where the children can enjoy the fair and parents can catch up with friends in a very safe environment.”

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