An­i­mal attractions at frost fair

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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.

Photo by Rob Bourne www.buyapho­ NL201411228

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

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