Fair promises bargains and activities for all

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From 11am this Saturday, St Peter Chanel School and parish invite you to their annual fair.
There will be
bouncy castles, pony rides, toys, candy floss, Little Flick, facepainting, hair-braiding, cakes and sweets. There will be a special area for the under-fives,
called Kiddyland.
St Peter Chanel School is on Main South Rd, Green Island and will be transformed into a bustling hive of activity that captures the spirit of the community.
For the bargain hunters, the St Peter Chanel School and Parish Fair will offer stalls selling books, clothing, toys, crafts, plants and white elephant.
Children and the young at heart will be entertained by all kinds of fun events.
There will be bouncy castles, pony rides, toys, candy floss, Little Flick, face-painting, hairbraiding, cakes and sweets. There will be a special area for the under-fives, called Kiddyland.
Make sure you get a ticket in one of the raffles, chocolate wheel, lucky dip and the tombola with some fantastic prizes on offer.
If you are hungry, the fair will be a great place to be!
Choose from BBQ sausages and burgers, hot chips, or visit the cafe which will be offering specialty coffee, tea, scones, pikelets, sandwiches and an assortment of homemade baking.
A lot of work goes on behind the scenes to make this annual fair so successful.
Volunteers Dawn and Kevin work throughout the year sifting through donations to ensure they have quality goods to sell.
Almost all parishioners and school families contribute in a variety of ways and encourage friends and family to participate as well.
For the children, it is one of the highlights of the year and past pupils often turn up to lend a helping hand.