Rides, music, aerobic performances and food brought a great crowd to the King’s College Community Fair on Saturday.
Celebrations centred on the school’s 30th anniversary and principal Ian McKay said it was a great community day.
“There are a lot of families enjoying themselves,” he said.
The day included a Christmas-themed area, rides, face-painting and games, as well as musical performances by school bands.
Grandmother Louise Beckwith said one of the best things about the fair was the “fairy floss atmosphere”.
Mr McKay said proceeds would go to the school’s parents club, which would decide what projects to support in the coming year.