Fun day out at

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

Avenel Pri­mary School was the place to be on Sun­day, with the per­fect weather con­di­tions bring­ing a large crowd to the school’s an­nual fete and clear­ing sale.

The day pro­vided plenty for the en­tire fam­ily to en­joy, and those look­ing to snap up a bar­gain had plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to do so thanks to a large ar­ray of wares of­fered for auc­tion on the oval, the bric-a-brac stall and the nu­mer­ous other mar­ket stalls scat­tered around the oval.

Chil­dren were kept en­ter­tained with ac­tiv­i­ties rang­ing from a jump­ing cas­tle and gi­ant slide to face paint­ing and coloured hair spray, show­bags and lucky dips and a young tal­ent quest.

For many it was a day to catch up with old friends while re­lax­ing un­der in the shade ofthe oak tree, en­joy­ing a bite from the bar­be­cue, scones with jam and cream or a slice of scrump­tious cake from the Oak Tree cafe´, washed down with tea or cof­fee from Amy’s cof­fee van.

Mu­si­cians Max and Doug Hooper, along with younger sis­ter Emily, kept the crowd en­ter­tained through­out the day. fete and clear­ing sale go to­wards the cost of

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