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Summer FeteSaturday 8th July 2017
12:30 to 4:00pm

Lots of stalls including BBQ, Ice creams, inflatables, cakes and much more..

Plus special guest Peppa Pig.



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Friends Association of Barford School (FABS)

The FABS committee is made up from a group of parents giving whatever time they can spare to organise fund raising events for the school. All parents automatically become members upon their children starting at the school, and are welcome to attend any FABS meetings.

It is a good way to get to know other parents on a social level, as well as a way to become more involved with providing additional resources for your child's education.

Over the last two years, FABS has raised over £9,000, enabling the purchase of stage blocks, computer equipment, subject and music resources, football goalposts and much more.

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FABS 100 Club

The 100 Club has raised thousands of pounds for the school since its launch in 1997.

THANK YOU! to everyone who has supported the Club, especially our 35 founding members.

We have a few numbers available at the moment, at £12.00 each,  for anyone who would like to join and support the school. Please contact the 100 Club co-ordinator for details.

Philippa Mitchell,
Co-ordinator, FABS 100 Club
c/o Barford St Peter's C of E Primary School,
Church Street,
CV35 8EW

or to e-mail the webmaster with your name, address and phone number and he'll put you in touch with FABS.

Many thanks and GOOD LUCK!

Philippa Mitchell, co-ordinator

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