Littleport Community Primary and the PTFA recently held a spectacular frosted wonderland, which was advertised by way of a fun event countdown.
Teachers, parents and the PTFA worked together to provide an enjoyable evening, for both the young and the old. The event, 3 months in the making.
Promising excitement , celebration and most of all a festive sprinkling of sparkle and a guest appearance by the main man himself – SANTA! (A very busy man whom, I am reliably informed, felt compelled to visit the school. After he had found out, how well behaved and hard working the schools children are)
An amusing moment was when Rachel Dray from the PTFA, was busy serving hot chocolate. When she accidentally spilt some. One very young child, then explained: that he was off to tell Santa and that she was very naughty!
It was a spectacular night, with craft stalls, a teacup ride, a frosted forest light trail, fun games, free hot chocolate whilst waiting for Santa and a hog roast.
The Lakenheath Silver band provided some big band Christmas music. The beautifully lit forest scenes and all the lighting, was managed by McLatchie electrical.
The event finale was provided by the super www.Fireworkscrazy.co.uk
As the families looked on. The sky was illuminated, by a stunning firework display. Full of colour, bangs and in time with the display music: ‘The Greatest Showman’.
The school and the PTFA have received so many positive feedback about the event. All saying, thankyou, for such a memorable time.
The total raised from ticket sales and on the night funds, is in the region of £2000.
This will enable all the year six pupils this year to have an amazing London theatre trip, complete with boat trip along the Thames.