Animal attractions at frost fair
ACHRISTMAS fair helped people get into the festive spirit.
St Mary’s School, in Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross, held its Frost Fair on Saturday. Children enjoyed meeting Father Christmas in his grotto when they were not running their class stalls, and their parents were given the chance to order a wreath.
A shopping area was created, which was given the theme of the North Pole, where a variety of items were on sale, from cosmetics and jewellery to Christmas gifts and stationery.
There were also refreshments available in Frosty’s Food Court, where people could enjoy a turkey bap, or a mince pie with a glass of mulled wine.
The event is held each year to raise money for the school.
FURRY FRIENDS: Keen shoppers are lured by the toy stall at St Mary’s School
WINTRY WELCOME: Father Christmas and his helpers (from left) Anne Bently and Haley Gemmell, both 11, with visiting siblings Tom, two, and Holly Milburn, six
NOT THE BEST PRIZE: Nicholas Starling, 10, winning a bottle of wine
TAKING A SPIN: Jacob Sheppard (left), four, enjoying his day out
NOURISHMENT: (From left) Kathy Pitt, Hedy Hodson, Beth Reid and Ricky Ghataura were serving in Frosty’s Food Court
TRADING: Ashligh Maude selling Nicola Yiannakis a cake