DOLLAR'S Strathdevon Primary enjoyed another successful Christmas fayre this year, following its annual event on Friday, November 23.

Headteacher Veronica Cully outlined just how much how much was on offer for pupils and the public on the day.

She told the Advertiser: "We had the usual Santa, who went down well, and a little games room with wee fun activities where kids went through like a soft-play, going through little tents and tunnels.

"They had to look for clues and if they found a clue they would get a prize.

"We had the nursery to P4 who had made things to sell as part of a little enterprise they had set up.

"We also had lots of home baking and things like cakes for sale, and an adopt a teddy event and there were old teddies for sale.

"There was lots of tea and coffee too."

She added: "We were trialling having the event in the evening, from 5pm until 8pm, and we got quite a good turnaround."

Veronica was full of praise for the parent council, which had worked hard to organise the event.

She said: "The parent council went to a lot of effort – they decorated outside and they sold raffle tickets in advance.

"On the day they were all dressed like elves which was great - and some had beards too."

When asked how the event went for those who attended, she said: "It was really nice.

"The kids all enjoyed it and the adults did too."