An ordinary tractor was the main attraction at Lutton Primary School’s successful Easter fayre which marked the end of the spring term.
Organisers were forced to move the event indoors because of the bitterly cold weather, but that didn’t put off scores of eager children and parents from enjoying an afternoon of Easter-themed games and stalls.
The fayre was designed to raise funds for the Friends of Lutton School which helps pay for outings, activities and resources for pupils.
Headteacher Luke Whitney said: “It was extremely busy and we had lots of different stalls which we hope will have helped us raise between £300 and £400 - quite a good amount for a small school.
“But the main attraction this time was an enormous tractor that one of the parents brought down.”