Easter Craft Fayre, Saturday 1 April 2017, 2.30-5pm

A reminder that our Friends Group are holding an Easter Craft Fayre on Saturday 1 April to raise funds for the Academy. 

Our special guest is local potter and artist, Jim Ranson, who was a finalist on BBC Two's Great Pottery Throwdown.

Planning for the event is well underway with 22 bookings from local craftspeople/businesses, parents, staff and students, showcasing pottery, cards, textiles, cakes/biscuits, jewellery, artwork, honey and more! 

We have just 8 tables left! If there are any parents/carers who would like to book a table please return the completed booking form (download here) to Miss White as soon as possible. Set up will be from 1.30pm on the day, and the event will open to the public at 2.30pm. Helpers and visitors to the fayre are also most welcome - the more the merrier - so hope to see you there!

A final plea is for raffle prizes - we'll be holding a raffle at the event to boost funds - so if you have anything suitable you can donate as a prize, please bring it in to reception for the attention of Miss White.

We are always delighted to welcome additional members to the Friends of Six Villages, to bring new ideas, support and contacts to help us raise much needed funds for the benefit of all students in our academy. If you can spare even a little time and would like to get involved with fundraising and our fun social events then please do get in touch with Miss Laura White (lwe@ormistonsixvillages.org.uk) or the chair of the Friends Group Jane Somner (janesomner@btinternet.com).

Many thanks in advance for your support for this event.

Mrs T Clayton, Marketing & Communications
Posted 10 March 2017

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