An annual summer fair at a Frodsham primary school has raised more than £1,000.
There was even a water dunking for the headteacher as Frodsham Manor House Primary School took advantage of the sun.
Karamba Samba, Manor Samba Gang and the Year 6 Drumming Circle provided a lively musical backdrop.
They were supported by a demonstration from Frodsham Gymnastics Club, while Cheshire Police and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service were also both on hand.
Assistant headteacher Naomi Anstice said: “We were a little worried about the weather forecast but at 11am we were all setting up outside.
“By 12 we were running in and out of a range of gazebos getting very wet, by the start of the fair at 2pm we had dried off and the sun made a welcome appearance for the rest of the afternoon.
“There was a range of activities on offer, an inflatable football pitch, beat the goalie, inflatable slide and castle, hook a duck, face painting, welly wanging and a chance to meet out local emergency services.”
School entrepreneurs also had the chance to show off stalls of their products.
Headteacher Ian Devereux-Roberts might not have appreciated the chance to cool off as he was unceremoniously dunked with a bucket of water.
Cheshire West and Chester Council Frodsham representative and Conservative opposition leader Cllr Lynn Riley also received a soaking.
In total a fantasic total of £1,300 for the school’s PTA.