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Clonenagh National School’s Summer Fete set to return after four year absence

Clonenagh National School

After a four year absence, the Clonenagh National School Summer Fete will return on Sunday, June 11 from 1-5pm.

It promises to be a fun day out for all of the family.

The Fete takes place in the school grounds on the Portlaoise Road in Mountrath, with all funds raised going towards the school.

This year, the Tea Rooms will be located in the new extension building of the school and will be run by the school staff.

Everyone is invited to drop by for a tea/coffee, a tasty treat, and a chat.

There will also be a number of exciting stalls and events to enjoy on the day, including face-painting, pony rides, a children’s play area, penalty shoot-out, bric-a-brac stall, cake stall, plant stall, bottle stall and guess the sweets.

Excitingly, this year there will also be a sponge-throwing stall where competitors have the opportunity to throw a wet sponge at some familiar local faces.

All donations such as bric-a-brac, bottles etc will be gratefully received by the school.

Donations can be dropped to the school during school hours.

Plants and baked goods would also be appreciated on the day for the plant and cake stalls.

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