Pony rides and biscuit making help to raise £6,000 at St Mary's Primary School Spring Fair

Pony rides and biscuit making help to raise £6,000 at St Mary's Primary School Spring Fair

People enjoying the St Mary's School Spring Fair

Rosie Tollit, three, has her face painted

Andrea Dalling, Matilda Dalling, three, and Lara Bekker enjoy a walk with Dotty the pony

First published in News Wimbledon Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief reporter

Pony rides, biscuit making and a tea stall helped to make the St Mary’s Spring Fair a success.

The event at St Mary’s RC Primary School in Russell Road, Wimbledon, raised £6,000 for the school to spend on re-developing the garden area.

Hundreds of children and their families enjoyed the fair on Saturday, March 29, which featured arts and crafts, nail painting and pony rides.

Headteacher Sarah Norville said: "The children really enjoyed it and there are a lot of them that think the ponies are part of the school and expected to see them there on Monday morning.

"It was beautiful weather."

The money was raised in entry fees, donations from local business and sponsorship from Landmark Lofts.

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