A PRIMARY school is gearing up to provide an "exciting" and "fun-filled" community event at its summer fete.

Organised by the parent staff association, Rayne Primary School's summer fete promises a day of enjoyment for all.

Taking place on Saturday, June 24, from 1pm to 4pm at Rayne Primary School, the fete will feature a wide range of activities and games for children.

From the popular bouncy castle to train rides, a coconut shy and a crafts stall, there will be no shortage of entertainment for youngsters.

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In addition to the children's activities, the event will showcase thrilling street dance and karate performances, adding a touch of talent and skill to the festivities.

Visitors can also indulge in drinks from the Pimms tent and explore food and shopping stalls offering a wide range of products.

There is also a raffle with the chance to win fantastic prizes, with cash prizes of up to £200 to vouchers including a £100 Amazon gift card.Braintree and Witham Times: Celebrating - school stand at last year's summer feteCelebrating - school stand at last year's summer fete (Image: Rayne Primary School)

The funds raised during this year's fete will go towards the replacement of interactive whiteboards and class computers at the school.

The much-needed upgrades will significantly boost children's learning.

Rayne PSA chair Lisa Glancey said: "We would like to thank Mulberry Homes for their £500 sponsorship, and for helping us to put on this wonderful event for another year.

"Being able to purchase new interactive whiteboards and computers will hugely impact our children’s learning.

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"Every bit of support we receive makes a huge difference to our children’s school experience, and we really appreciate the donation from Mulberry Homes.

"We are so excited to host our summer fete, and can’t wait to make it a day for the community to remember."

Kerry Jones, sales and marketing director at Mulberry Homes, said: "We are delighted to be sponsoring Rayne PSA’s summer fete.

"We hope that the summer fete is a huge success and that the PSA reach their fundraising goal with ease."