BRAND new play equipment kept the youngsters at Corfield Infants’ School summer fair busy at the weekend.
As well as the traditional games and fundraising attractions, children played on brand new ‘adventure’ play equipment funded by the school’s Parents and Friends’ Association.
Headteacher Kathryn Mckinley said: “The children were very excited to see the equipment and could not wait to start climbing on it.”
Amber Valley MP Nigel Mills officially opened the event by unveiling a plaque by the new play equipment which includes a clatter bridge and stepping stones. A packed school saw these youngsters make the most of face painting stalls and playing in the school’s garden.