Mulbarton Infant School May fair
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Dancing, donkey rides and lucky dips were just some of the attractions at Mulbarton Infant School's May fair on Saturday.
The Britain-themed fair drew almost 500 people to the school's grounds for the event, which raised money to replace a wooden train at the playground.
Headteacher Bev Theobald said sunny weather helped make the fair a success.
She said: 'The teachers and teaching assistants did a wonderful job. The whole school community was well represented, which was great.
'We all had a lovely time.'
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Other attractions included a tombola, bouncy castles, face painting and arts and craft stalls.
In keeping with the theme, reception pupils did a Morris dancing performance, Year 1s did a Northern Irish riverdance and Year 2s did a Scottish jig.
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Saturday's May fair was organised by the school's parents and teachers association.