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Spring Has Sprung For Junior Girls

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Junior Girls, their parents and teachers as well as friends of the School, enjoyed a family day out at the Hesketh House Spring Fair.

The order of the day was lots of fun and games. The Easter bonnet parade was a big hit with girls going to great lengths to show off their millinery skills.  Their competitive side came out in the egg decoration and rolling competition and kids' bake-off.  Lots of fun was had on the bouncy castle as well as through the teddy and chocolate tombolas and the iPad raffle.

Head of the Junior Girls' School, Mrs Ruth Brierley, said: "Hesketh House welcomed in the Spring  at their Fair on Saturday. With traditional country dancing displays and the sound of the Concert band playing, the scene was truly set. There was lots of fun for the girls and adults alike, all made possible by the hard work of the Parents' Association, teaching staff and plenty of willing volunteers."

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The Easter Bonnet Parade was a sight to behold!

The Easter Bonnet Parade was a sight to behold! Click on the photo to enlarge it.

Lots of games, fun and stalls

The bouncy castle was a big hit