Fayre day fun at Fern­hill

Rutherglen Reformer - - Rutherglen Rep -

Pupils, par­ents, friends and other fam­ily mem­bers came out in their droves on Satur­day to en­joy all the fun of the Fern­hill School Christ­mas fayre.

There was some­thing for ev­ery­one on the day in­clud­ing Fair­trade Ad­vent items, sock pup­pets, fes­tive bath bombs, Christ­mas sweets, glitter tat­toos, face paint­ing, makeup and jew­ellery.

There was also a mouth-wa­ter­ing se­lec­tion of food and drink avail­able to all vis­i­tors in the shape of hot dogs, treats at the choco­late foun­tain or tea, cof­fee and cakes in the tea room.

No Christ­mas fayre would be com­plete with­out a visit from Santa and he didn’t dis­ap­point on Satur­day ei­ther. Pupils and their fam­ily and friends paid a visit to Santa’s grotto where they re­ceived a Christ­mas gift and a keep­sake pho­to­graph.

Of the turnout for the Fayre, head teacher Dr Laura Murphy said: “The Christ­mas fayre is al­ways a very popular event in our school cal­en­dar and I am de­lighted to see so many pupils and their fam­i­lies com­ing out to en­joy the many ac­tiv­i­ties on of­fer.

“The heart of Fern­hill School is its staff, pupils and fam­ily mem­bers and it was won­der­ful to see them all com­ing to­gether to have fun and re­lax.”

Fes­tive fun

Th­ese chil­dren had a great time at the Fern­hill School Christ­mas fayre

Bar­gain hunt Th­ese young­sters had a great time at the Fern­hill School Christ­mas fayre

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