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Festive fun at Warren Primary School fair

PUBLISHED: 15:43 11 December 2014 | UPDATED: 15:43 11 December 2014

Holly Page, four

Holly Page, four

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Christmas cheer rang round Warren Primary School at their Christmas Fayre.

Savi Panwar, four Savi Panwar, four

The beauty corner offering Frozen makeovers was the most popular where girls got their hair braided, nails and face painted and glitter tattoos.

Sophie Waterhouse, seven Sophie Waterhouse, seven

There was a variety of games and festive crafts stalls at the event on December 7, and of course a Santa’s Grotto.

Jude Honey-Jones, four Jude Honey-Jones, four

Local Indian restaurant Khushi supported the event by donating its entire proceeds of £300, which they made by offering biriyani to the visitors.

Santa and his helpers Santa and his helpers

Chair of Warren PTFA, Vanita Dutta, said: “These events not only extend the fun and festive spirit to the children and parents but also bring the community together.”

Headteacher of Warren Primary School, Emma Field, said: “I am looking forward to continuing to work with the PTFA to organise fun events for the children and families of the school.”

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