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On a hot, Saturday afternoon, the school's Summer Fair offered fun, friendship and refreshment!
It was a lovely afternoon, with families and friends gathering to support the first Summer Fair in a few years at Wrenbury.

Thank you to everyone who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to bring it together; collecting fabulous raffle prizes, organising games, activities and ouside stall holders; providing refreshments; setting up for the event (gazebos, barbeques, bouncy castles...) and much, much more.

Thank you, too, to those both in FOWS and other volunteers who took time out to run a stall or anb activity, cook, bake, set up the bar, sell refreshments and raffle tickets and be part of the team on the day to help make the afternoon a great success.

Thank you, too, if you came along and spent some money. All the children in school will benefit from the monies raised. More than anything, we hope you had lots of fun!

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