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Thousands flock to fair

INVERLOCH Primary School held its 40th Easter fair on Saturday, in a combined event which also celebrated 130 years of the school.

The school ground was filled with rides, food and fun activities, which kept the massive crowds entertained for hours.

Funds raised from the day will be put towards the construction of a shelter over the Preps’ eating area, which will double as an outdoor learning space.

The funds will also help to build a garden around a portable building that is set to arrive at the school soon.

Cheeky crew: from left, Ochre Fraser, Marli Koney, Lilly and harry McInnes and Peri Fraser from Sale had a ball at the Inverloch Primary School Easter fair on Saturday.

Cheeky crew: from left, Ochre Fraser, Marli Koney, Lilly and harry McInnes and Peri Fraser from Sale had a ball at the Inverloch Primary School Easter fair on Saturday.

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