The Woolsthorpe community has come together to celebrate at the biennial Woolsthorpe Primary School Fete and raised $30,000.
Business manager and fete coordinator Suzi Ireland was delighted in the effort and is very thankful for everyone's input.
"Everything went fantastically well and the rain stayed away for a perfect day," she said.
"The community really got behind us in sponsorship and coming to the fete.
"All our stalls were run by our families and I'm super proud of our whole little school community."
This year's Woolsthorpe Fete had something for everyone with live music, auction, student performances, aerial displays from PhysiPoles, an abundance of homemade food and plant stalls and, of course, the Woolsthorpe Primary School's famous pancake stall.
Ms Ireland said the profits raised by the fete on Sunday will go towards a new playground or outdoor classroom and subsidising the extra curricular activities the school offers students.
"The funds raised will go back into our students," she said.
"We had to demolish an old playground so we are looking at replacing that in some way shape or form.
"Our school also offers a range of extra curricular activities including whole school trips to the theatre in Melbourne so these funds will help families with those costs."
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