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Pictures: Dance displays, games and more at summer fete

PUBLISHED: 18:08 21 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:24 22 July 2014

Maggie Potts, 19 months, at the Petite's Party hire section.

Maggie Potts, 19 months, at the Petite's Party hire section.

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Warren Primary School had a great turnout for its annual summer fete.

The school grounds, in Gilbert Road, Chafford Hundred, were bursting with family and friends enjoying live music, dance displays, craft stalls, inflatables and a tasty barbecue by Thurrock’s Spur Restaurant.

Most of the children got their face painted and had a go at lots of activities including hook-a-duck, the wire loop game and some even got the chance to have a go in a real fire engine.

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