Published: 09:00, 09 July 2014 |
Updated: 09:05, 09 July 2014
Maidstone United defender Steve Watt kicked off the fun at Wateringbury Primary School’s summer fete on Saturday, which - of course - had a World Cup theme.
The children processed onto the school playing field waving the flags of the participating nations and pushing decorated wheelbarrows in lieu of floats.
“It was a day of sunshine and smiles.”
There was a Beat the Goalie competition, table football and a Spot the Ball competition provided by the Kent Messenger.
The fete raised £3,600 for school funds, but despite the football-them, the youngsters were most interested in throwing a wet sponge at head teacher Chasey Crawford Usher in the stocks.
Mrs Isted said: “The queue for that was longer than the queue for ice-creams and the barbecue combined!”
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