Staff and parents have a ball to raise £1,000 for Sidbury Primary School

PUBLISHED: 07:00 18 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:44 18 July 2018

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

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Guests dressed to the nines for a night of music and merriment, helping to raise more than £1,000 for Sidbury Primary School.

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Parents, old and new, joined teachers and supporters for a summer ball at the Harbour Hotel, which was held to boost funds for new equipment and resources for the school’s new building.

Former-Sidbury pupil Myles Le Blanque returned to entertain the crowd, along with Mellow Bridge, who helped to provide the music.

Local businesses contributed a range of prizes for the raffle, which raised £1,000 on the night.

Emily Monks, chairman of governors at the school, said: “The event was really fun to plan.

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

“A group of mums getting together to have a fun night off and raise money for our children’s school. It was fantastic to see teachers and parents getting together for such a worthwhile cause.”

The PTFA thanked local businesses for their support.

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography

Guests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell PhotographyGuests enjoy canapes and drinks at the Harbour Hotel to raise money for Sidbury Primary School. CREDIT: Maxy Maxwell Photography


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