Published: 07:00, 10 July 2014 |
Updated: 07:52, 10 July 2014
Three Ashford primary heads found themselves in the firing line as their schools staged their annual summer fetes.
Jim Holditch, head of Godinton Primary School on the Godinton Estate, was gunned down by pupils as he took part in a mass water fight on the playing field of the Lockholt Close school.
Meanwhile, just up the road, Matt Rawlings, the head of Repton Manor Primary School, got a soaking as he took his turn in the stocks to be bombarded with sponges by pupils, parents and colleagues.
And at Goat Lees Primary School in Kennington, head Teresa Adams had a bad hair day as she also went into the stocks to be sponged.
But all three were more than happy to take a soaking to help raise funds for their respective schools.
More pictures from all three events in the Kentish Express out today.
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