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Picture special: Left to a very sticky fete

Worcester Editorial 7th May, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

PILLOW fights, power slams and doghnut grabbing were just some of the highlights at a popular school fete on Bank Holiday Monday (May 5).

Thousands of people descended on the King’s School throughout the day to enjoy an array of fun-filled activities in the school’s historic grounds and on College Green in front of the Cathedral.

Everything ranging from a traditional Victorian roundabout, giant slide and many traditional fayre games to food and drink stalls and live entertainment were on offer for the masses.

The event raised a total of £17,000 with proceeds going to Midlands Air Ambulance, Birmingham Children’s Hospital and New College Worcester.

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