High school set to go the whole hog at Easter fayre with pig racing
- Credit: Flegg High School
Toy pig racing is among attractions coming to a village high school's Easter fayre on Saturday.
Visitors to Flegg High in Martham will be asked to place their bets as the fluffy farmyard rivals line up for the starting gun.
The game is among a range of activities being laid on as part of the seasonal event.
Organiser Diane Spooner said this year's effort was 'bigger and better' with more students joining the event team and giving up their time to prepare and help on the day.
Some 40 stalls will fill the hall selling textiles, plants, jewellery, woodwork, printed gifts, spices and chutneys, apple juice, shabby chic, and craft supplies.
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For the first time a stage has been added to the refreshment area where students and groups will be performing throughout the day. There will also be performances by the Dragon Stage and Theatre School. The day runs from 10am – 4pm with free entry.
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