The PTA at Dalreoch Primary School held a summer fete recently.

Kids had a great time jumping around on the bouncy castle, while face-painting and balloon-making added to the fun.

With firefighters and police officers also in attendance, there was the opportunity to check out the fire engine and the police van.

And for those looking to pick up something special, the fete also boasted a toy stall, tombola and lots of indoor stalls from local businesses including Green Space who sold their own products from tartan pictures to bows and wax melts.

Teas and coffees, meanwhile, were provided by Oli and Graham from the Phoenix.

The mobile library also came along, as did Heartstart who were there to raise awareness of the importance of the safe use of a defibrillator.

It all made for a good day for all who headed down and the fete raised just under £140, which will go towards funding future events within the school or days out for the children.

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Heather MacDonald, who is on the PTA committee, said: “The day wasn’t as well attended as we had hoped but for all that attended it was a fun day.

"Kids had a ball on the bouncy castle and loved seeing round the fire engine and police car as well as learning some life saving techniques from Heartstart.

“Kids all had their faces painted and parents enjoyed the yummy cakes from The Phoenix cafe. We are hoping that holding our summer fete will spread the word of our small school and that, hopefully, our next event will be awesome."

Following the fun of the fete, parents, pupils and teachers are now looking forward to sports day and the leavers ceremony which will be held at the end of June.

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