Activities aplenty at Swaffham Infant School fete

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL - Credit: Archant

Falconry displays, archery and a barbecue were some of the activities that young and old alike enjoyed at a school fete.

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL - Credit: Archant

The Swaffham Infant School event attracted many visitors despite over an hour of rain in the morning.

Gazebos were put up and the usual fun and games went ahead, with the day – which is the school’s main fundraiser – compered by ‘Princess’ Eddie Gee.

There were opportunities for children to try archery, have a pony ride and everyone enjoyed the K G Falconry and Wildlife Control stand.

People could also have their faces painted, glitter tattoos, or hair braiding by teaching staff. The barbecue was busy serving burgers and hot dogs and the drink stall kept busy with some even enjoying ice creams.

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL - Credit: Archant


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Taekwondo, gymnastics and dance displays were held, while the fire service came with a fire engine which the children enjoyed getting into.

The fun ended with a grand draw with some impressive prizes donated by local Norfolk companies, with the top prize of a short break family holiday at Kelling Heath.

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL - Credit: Archant

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL

The Swaffham Infant School fete. Picture: SWAFFHAM INFANT SCHOOL - Credit: Archant

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