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Flegg High to hold summer fair and farmers market

PUBLISHED: 15:51 21 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:51 21 June 2018

The school is holding a summer fair Picture: Flegg High

The school is holding a summer fair Picture: Flegg High

Flegg High School

The Flegg event team and students at Flegg High Ormiston Academy are getting ready for their yearly summer fair and farmers market.

During Enrichment week this week the students have been busy making chutney which will be available to purchase on Saturday between 10am and 4pm.

They will also be baking various breads on Saturday.

The event will see over 40 stalls attending selling fresh produce, preserves, plants, woodwork, iron work, textiles, beauty products and crafts.

There will also be lots of fun to be had on the games run by students which include tombola’s, pig racing, hook a duck, card game, peg game, hoopla, tin can alley, nerf gun game, bouncy castle and a tractor full of balloons.

Along with the games there will be a raffle which includes over 15 sets of tickets and vouchers for local attractions such as Hippodrome Circus, Norwich Castle, Pleasurewood Hills, Martham Ferry Boat Yard, skiing lessons, Time and Time Museum, Thrigby Wildlife Gardens, Cromer Museum, Oasis Swimming Pool, Theatre Royal, Pavilion Theatre, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse plus lots of different hampers.

A sound system that will be used on the day to play music and students will be performing throughout the day on stage.

There will be a wide range of refreshments available including a barbrcue, hot sausage rolls, cakes, cookies, popcorn and ice cream with lots of seating inside and outside.


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