Primary school is getting into the swing of Christmas with festive window trail

Malborough with South Huish Primary School is getting into the swing of Christmas with a festive window trail and raffle.

Festive window - stock image

Organised by the PTFA, the Malborough Festive Window Trail will see children and their grown ups walking around the village and seeing how many festive windows (or gardens) they can spot between the 7th and 31st of December. 

Entry forms can be found at Malborough Post Office for £2 and must be handed into the school office by the 7th of January. The closest entry will win a prize and all the proceeds go to the PTFA. If you are a Malborough resident and will be having a festive window on display, contact the PTFA on malborough@southhamsfederation.org.uk. 

Malborough with South Huish Primary School - credit N Chadwick 

As well as exploring the village and searching for beautiful windows, you can also enter the school's Christmas raffle for the chance to win hampers from Aune Valley Meat, the Winking Prawn and Salcombe Dairy Icecream, as well as much, much more. 

you can also enter the school's Christmas raffle for the chance to win hampers from Aune Valley Meat, the Winking Prawn and Salcombe Dairy Icecream, as well as much, much more

You can get your tickets from the school office for £1 a strip. The draw will be held on the 14th of December and all the proceeds go to the PTFA. 

If you are a local business and would like to support the raffle, email the school on malborough@southhamsfederation.org.uk. 

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