Mfair, writes Jo-Anne Rowney.
Beaconsfield High School held its Christmas Fair on Saturday, November 29 and raised £20,000 through a range of stalls and a raffle, which offered prizes including an iPad Mini, driving lessons and theatre tickets.
Young Enterprise ORE than 1,000 people flocked to a school’s Christmas groups ran stalls selling everything from fudge chenware candles, ere was also a tombola, games and refreshments.
Headteacher Annette France said: “There was a real buzz about the place and trading was brisk for visiting commercial, Young Enterprise and Friends of Beaconsfield High School stalls.
“Parents, teachers and
, y oudon, 13, Jess Finnis both 12, run a sweet stall and Zoe Snell, for Beech House; (below) Paige Kaye,
Sara Lubelska, Brodie Mclellan, Forrester, Matthew Brown, the Erudite Chloe Snell, Tom Laura
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(Left) Madeleine Harlow, 12, teacher and head of Maple House Pam Gale, Ronia Falana and Beth Cunliffe, both 12; (right) Ria Patel and Avneet Khaira, both 16, and Shaana Sangar, 17, of Young Enterprise team Impact, from Dr Challoners School, raise money for their proposed children’s book, Jelly and Friends
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