Christmas Fayre at Inverness primary school

Pupils at an Inverness primary school have organised a Christmas shopping day on Wednesday 25 November with over 20 tables of festive wares for sale by businesses in and around Inverness, Nairn and further afield.

Everyone is welcome from 5pm – 7.30pm at Raigmore Primary where there will be a raffle with some great prizes, and stalls including home baking, bric-a-brac and items that the children have been making. Entry is £2 for adults and children are free.

Head Teacher Fiona Shearer commended the Primary 7 pupils who have been busy organising the Christmas shopping night, along with their class teacher Mr Crooks.

Mrs Shearer said: “Our P7 pupils are raising funds to contribute to the cost of their ski trip next spring. They have been busy organising the event, writing to local small businesses to ask if they would like to hire a stall from them and have also been working on items to sell at stalls of their own.

“Phoenix Cards, Martin’s Sweets and many more are taking tables and we look forward to seeing lots of people on the night. P7 are hoping that we get a large turnout and I am sure that it will be a great success for them.”

16 Nov 2015
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