it was fun in the sun at Carr Hill Primary in Retford as the school held its summer fayre.
Teachers, pupils and parents took part in a range of activities and helped to raise money for the school.
Headteacher Neil Moore said a fabulous day was had my everyone who attended.
“There was a big crowd, lots of people and everyone had a fabulous time in the sunshine,” he added.
“We had many stalls, infact more than we have ever had.”
“We raised over £2,500 for the school which is going to create a fence around our new vegetable garden area that we have created.”
“The children already grow their own vegetables and cook them which provides some things for the school meal.”
“We want to put a fence around the area because we are having a few problems with rabbits getting in.”
“It was a fabulous day and thankyou to everyone for all their help and support.
Activities at the fayre included car displays, hook-a-duck, beat the goalie, bird of prey displays and a bouncy castle.
A local garage was also giving children the chance to help change tyres using a pneumatic drill like in Formula One.