Children have great time at school May fair

Bythams School May Fair - Maypole dancers, from left, natasha Jessop, eight, Cameron McMillan, seven, Libberty Gibson, nine, Zakary Teillane, eight, Polly Daniels, nine, and Angus Joyce, eight'Photo: MSMP180513-147js
Bythams School May Fair - Maypole dancers, from left, natasha Jessop, eight, Cameron McMillan, seven, Libberty Gibson, nine, Zakary Teillane, eight, Polly Daniels, nine, and Angus Joyce, eight'Photo: MSMP180513-147js
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Children and parents alike had a great time at a May fair.

The Bythams Primary School held its annual fair on Saturday, which included maypole dancing and the crowning of Hannah Watson as the May queen and Ben Pearsall as May king.

Dance groups from across the school also performed and there was a range of stalls and children’s games.

The event raised £1,400, which will go towards buying new laptops for pupils.

Treasurer of the parent teacher association Jane King said: “It went really well and we had fantastic support from parents and staff.

“The weather held off and we were really pleased with how much we raised, it’s a good start to getting new laptops.”