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Business appeal for summer fayre; St Richard Gwyn Catholic High.

ST RICHARD Gwyn Catholic High School, in Flint, are making preparations for their forthcoming annual Summer Fayre.

Around 750-1,000 visitors have previously been welcomed through the doors of the High School for the Fayre.

As well as staff and student-led games, the school holds a Craft Fayre inviting local businesses, charities and clubs.

They are also joined by the Army and Air cadets, Flint RNLI, fire station, St John's Ambulance and North Wales Police, as well as lots of other entertainment, including regular DJ Brian Valentine, singers, games, bouncy castles, face painting, glitter tattoos, lots of food and a penalty shoot-out.

Summer Fayre organiser Mrs Kate Foster-Noble said: "This is a great opportunity to raise money for the school's PTA, and for local charities and clubs.

"It is a great opportunity to showcase local businesses and their wonderful crafts and produce, but most importantly to bring the local communities together."

The fair is on June 30, from 11am-3pm. If your business is interested in having a stall or taking part, ring Kate Foster-Noble on 01352 736 900 or email


? St Richard Gwyn's Summer Fayre will take place on Saturday, June 30, from 11am-3pm

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Publication:The Chester Chronicle (Chester, England)
Date:May 3, 2018
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