St. Brigid’s Bazaar success

FINGER TIPS. Andi Lyons, pictured applying some nail polish for young Nicole McCabe whose Mum Annette is looking on at the St Brigid's PS Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 001SC
FINGER TIPS. Andi Lyons, pictured applying some nail polish for young Nicole McCabe whose Mum Annette is looking on at the St Brigid's PS Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 001SC

A large crowd attended the annual Christmas Bazaar at St. Brigid’s Primary School, Ballymoney and enjoyed the first of the many events to mark the festive season.

The event, organised by the school’s Parent Teacher Association, attracted young and old alike who all enjoyed a range of festive, fun activities. Highlight of the day for the younger children was Santa’s grotto while the older children certainly enjoyed the chance to throw wet sponges at teachers! For the adults there was the Rickety Wheel, which gave parents and grandparents opportunities to win fantastic prizes, donated generously by local businesses. The double team of Gerry McAfee and Ciaran O’Loan helped empty a few purses and wallets.

I WOULD LIKE....David Kelly with his daughters Gracia and Lucia, who got to meet Santa Claus and one of his elves at the Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 002SC.

I WOULD LIKE....David Kelly with his daughters Gracia and Lucia, who got to meet Santa Claus and one of his elves at the Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 002SC.

Fundraising this year will go towards improving the infants’ library and supporting the school’s music tuition programme. The school’s Principal (Mr Malachy Conlon) was delighted with the Bazaar, ‘We have a wonderful sense of togetherness in this school. This was a real team effort with parents and staff coming together to work for St. Brigid’s PS and our wonderful children.’

HOLE IN ONE. We think that maybe it was the football that was meant to 'go through' the holes. But these kids decided to have some fun at the target game at the Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 003SC.

HOLE IN ONE. We think that maybe it was the football that was meant to 'go through' the holes. But these kids decided to have some fun at the target game at the Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 003SC.

FAMILY FUN. Pictured smiling for our lensman at the Bazaar on Sunday at St Brigid's PS are Nuala, Clara, Isobel and Sophie Lamont.INBM50-14 004SC.

FAMILY FUN. Pictured smiling for our lensman at the Bazaar on Sunday at St Brigid's PS are Nuala, Clara, Isobel and Sophie Lamont.INBM50-14 004SC.

NUMBERS GAME. Marie Kelly and Amanda Stanley, who were busy selling tickets at the St Brigid's PS annual Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 005SC.

NUMBERS GAME. Marie Kelly and Amanda Stanley, who were busy selling tickets at the St Brigid's PS annual Bazaar on Sunday.INBM50-14 005SC.