Teachers in the stocks
Traditional entertainment drew the crowds for a school’s summer fair.
Attractions at Goat Lees Primary School’s fair included a coconut shy, bouncy castle, hook-a-duck and stocks, for which head teacher Teresa Adams bravely volunteered.
A raffle with top prizes including lunch at Eastwell Manor, plus a tombola added to the fun at the Kennington school on Saturday.
Nearly £1,500 was raised from fair and organiser Julia Cox, who chairs the Friends of Goat Lees, said: “There was a good turnout on the day of around 200 people and there was a great community spirit on the day.
“I would like to say a big thankyou to eveyone who has supported the school fete and to the Friends of Goat Lees for their hard work.”
Jamine Coral watches dad Seb making a willow reindeer at Godsmersham Park fete Pictures: Paul Amos
Nervous smile from Darren Fagg in the stocks at Goat Lees Primary School fair, with Cameron Turnbull, six, and Ollie Fagg, seven; left, he gets a soaking
Hermione Russel-Samway and Maddison Tilling test their throwing skills on a stall to win soft drinks
Pictures: Paul Amos
Isabella Pickett, three, wins a prize by hooking a duck
Eyeing up some rustic walking sticks
Head teacher Teresa Adams takes her turn