PICTURES: Hundreds turn out for Newport Summer Fete

15:28 30 June 2014

Sullivan Cole, 4, with fete organiser Judy Emanuel, chair of the Friends of Newport Primary School, and Lance Corporal Ben Lynes, from 101 Engineer Regiment based at Carver Barracks.

Sullivan Cole, 4, with fete organiser Judy Emanuel, chair of the Friends of Newport Primary School, and Lance Corporal Ben Lynes, from 101 Engineer Regiment based at Carver Barracks.

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Pony rides, an assault course set up by soldiers from Carver Barracks and a selection of Second World War artefacts were all part of a school’s summer fete celebrations.

Arun Patel, 10, gives archery a go.Arun Patel, 10, gives archery a go.

Hundreds of people turned out last Friday at Newport Primary School – and there was no shortage of fun things to do!

Two bouncy castles kept children entertained, while a penalty shootout, archery and a variety of craft stalls added to the excitement of the day.

The event was organised by the Friends of Newport Primary School, the Parent-Teacher Association, which is chaired by Judy Emanuel.

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