Fund-raising summer fair at Northumberland school

Brave souls had wet sponges lobbed at them at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.
Brave souls had wet sponges lobbed at them at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Year 8 pupils from Seahouses Middle School organised a summer fair to raise money for the RNLI as part of a series of events linked to the school’s Community Week.

Despite the weather, the fair was really well attended by parents, grandparents and other members of the local community.

Pupils tried their hand at face painting at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Pupils tried their hand at face painting at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Seahouses First School pupils also attended and had a great time trying out all the activities.

Headteacher Julie Harris said: “An amazing £1,008 was raised for the RNLI who do lifesaving work on the north Northumberland coast.”

Trying on an RNLI helmet for size at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Trying on an RNLI helmet for size at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Activities proved popular at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.

Activities proved popular at Seahouses Middle School's summer fair.