Lamb feeding and Mr Tee Head up Easter Fayre
The Telford Priory School in Wrockwardine Wood is preparing to open its doors to the Telford community on Friday 16th March when it hosts its Easter Fayre.
The fayre takes place after school between 3.30 and 5.30 pm and will include a free chocolate hunt around the school, bouncy castle and lamb feeding.
The fayre is free to enter and all are welcome. Visitors will be able to look around the school’s facilities which include a recording studio, 3G pitch, iMac suite, professional 300 seat theatre and dance studio.
Headteacher, Stacey Jordan said, “I am committed to putting The Telford Priory School at the very heart of the local community, and look forward to welcoming you in to see our fantastic school.”
Lucy Allen, MP for Telford, will open the fayre, which will include live music from TPS students and local primary schools. There will be sporting showcases, as well as hand on demonstrations in the music and dance studios.
The fayre has the support of The 1968 Foundation Field Kitchen who will be providing hot food; other refreshments available include hot and cold drinks, slushies and Mr Tee’s ice cream.
The school has been supporting the local community by collecting supplies for the Telford Foodbank during the last half term and, during the fayre, the Mayor of Telford and Wrekin, Councillor Stephen Reynolds, will announce which house has collected the most supplies, as well as drawing the winner
of the giant chocolate egg raffle.