ALL ages had a ball at St Andrew’s Primary School's fete.

The event was organised by the parent teacher association and featured bric-a-brac, toy and book stalls which proved popular.

There were lots of great prizes up for grabs in the raffle and tombola and the fire service, police and coastguard all turned up.

As well as all the activities outdoors there was also a chocolate fountain, glitter tattoos, candy floss, nail painting, face painting and inflatable gladiator duel to keep all ages amused.

Visitors also had the chance to tuck into some home baking, hot dogs, burgers, sweets and plenty of tea, coffee and soft drinks.

The fete was busy throughout the day and organisers were pleased with its success.

Chair of the parent partnership, Lynsey Houston, said: "This is an annual event and it was enjoyed by all who attended.

"The event raises funds to contribute to numerous events within the school including Christmas gifts, buses for trips and for the P7 hoodies.

"We would like to thank the many local businesses who donated raffle prizes including Elev8 trampoline park, Taj Mahal, Esplanade Cafe, Flower Vogue, Sizzlers, Stewart's Hair and Beauty, Chows Curry House, White Hats, Steward's Store and M&S.

"We would also like to thank all the parents and staff for their continued support at our events."