NEWARK Primary threw a family fun day to keep people entertained during the summer break.

The parent council organised the event, which made its return after a three year absence caused by the pandemic.

Members lined up lots of fun activities in and outdoors, with football, face-painting, raffles, stalls and a tombola. Local firefighters also popped along with an engine.

Office staff member Nadine McEwan, who was there on the day with her own family, said: "Our parent council works so hard to help the school with fundraising.

"We organise activities and events like today for the pupils without it costing parents a penny.

"It is great to get back to normal and start doing things like this again."

The school's doors are be open throughout the holidays to host summer playschemes run by Inverclyde Leisure.