PUPILS of a primary school in Basingstoke had an eventful day yesterday (Saturday, June 25) as they took part in a summer fete.

The school was organising such a festival after a two-year break due to Covid restrictions.

There were big inflatables, including a massive obstacle course and a helter-skelter, donkey rides, ferret racing, a bubble entertainer, fresh candy floss, emergency vehicles, live music, arena displays, Bramley's Got Talent event, BBQ and hog roast, vegetarian and vegan options, a well-stocked bar, coffee van, ice cream van, and loads of games and stalls.

The school also did a raffle with top prize being £200.

Check out our gallery above to see some of the clicks from the event.

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