Pupils sold produce grown on the school allotments and raised money for Christian Aid in a very special recreation of Diagon Alley from Harry Potter, complete with wand shop and Honeydukes sweet stall.
Local businesses and charities held stalls including; Patchwork Pate, Edens of Handbridge, Filu Bag Designs, Simple Cocoa, French Corner Bakery, LB Designs, Donkey and Keiko, Chester Civic Tours, Molton Brown, Bonzer Camper Van Hire, And Albert, Glass V and Silver B jewellery designs, Broomheath Plantation, Phoenix cards and Friends of Dukes Drive.
Both infant and junior choirs entertained shoppers with a medley of popular music, whilst the school PTA and school staff ran a host of exciting hands-on games and activities.
Teacher Nicky Bolton said: “This is an annual community event which we thoroughly enjoy hosting. It is really wonderful to see the children especially take part in a series of enterprising schemes to raise money for local charities.”