(Back, from left) Cameron Rixon, Moira Coates, Riley Boston, (front) Jack Rayner, Jessie Mayer, Naomi Maye and Hannah Flegerbein.
(Back, from left) Cameron Rixon, Moira Coates, Riley Boston, (front) Jack Rayner, Jessie Mayer, Naomi Maye and Hannah Flegerbein.

Bargains and Busking event a hit

THERE was plenty to rummage through at the Warwick Christian College Bargains and Busking event as Year 2 pupil Kimberley Hutley quickly discovered.

“I have bought a necklace, a dolphin ring, three bracelets and this toffee,” she said showing off her new silver ring.

Her friend, Year 6 pupil Emilee Flegerbein, had not embarked on a similar search for a bargain as she waited to stun the crowd with her talented piano playing.

“If I get money for playing I am allowed to keep it,” she said excitedly.

Teacher-in-charge Moira Coates said the day had been another hit in its second year. It is a new fundraising tradition the school intends to sustain.

“We have an aim of getting bigger and better every year and we have done that so far,” Mrs Coates said.



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