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LOXWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL

SUMMER FAIR 2013

Picture by Sam, Year 4

Friday, 28th June 2013 6.00 – 9.00pm


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RASPBERRY FAIR   SWIM   TENNIS   PICNIC  

 SEASIDE    CARNIVAL  SAND    SUN    GAMES  

 KITE    CRICKET      PLAY      BARBEQUE    ICE  LOLLY    


SUMMER FAIR RAFFLE Tickets £1 each Prizes include: Kindle Fire donated by J Jones Design & Construction BMX Stunt Bike donated by W G Gardencare Limited Lego Set (£90) donated by Enchanted Wood Party for 10 children at Slinfold Golf & Country Club Smartphone Speaker Docking Station from Guildford Tyre Co Round of golf for 4 at Wildwood British Summer Hamper Jewellery from Fired Rocks A M Beautiful Body Wellness Package Bespoke flower arrangement by Juliette Phipps

Draw to take place at 8.30pm Picture by Darcey, Year 6


Great Picnic Ideas

1 Beetroot salad Peel and grate raw beetroots. Add pistachios or hazelnuts; dress with orange zest and juice, and olive oil. Add some goats' cheese and chopped parsley. 2 Pesto chicken rolls Grill chicken pieces. Brush tortilla wrap with pesto; layer with chicken, sun-dried tomatoes & rocket; roll up & cut on the bias. 3 Curried egg salad Mix hard-boiled eggs, mayo, curry powder, Dijon mustard, lime juice, salt, pepper, parsley, onion & apple. 4 Tomatoes and peaches Toss together sliced seeded tomatoes and peaches, thinly sliced red onion and chopped parsley or rosemary. Dress at the last minute with olive oil, lemon juice, salt & pepper. 5 Roast beef and blue cheese Smear blue cheese on one side of a whole-grain roll and prepared horseradish on the other. Add red onion and sliced beef, pork or lamb. Pack lettuce, tomato & crisps on the side. 6 Cornflake chicken bites Cut chicken breasts into small pieces. Dip in milk or buttermilk, then dredge in seasoned crushed cornflake crumbs or cornmeal. Pan-fry in oil, drain, cool & eat cold with celery sticks, with ranch or blue-cheese dressing for dipping.

Picture by an unknown artist!


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Sangria (for kids!) Ingredients:  • 1/2 cup grape juice  • 1/4 cup orange juice  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup sprite or 7UP (depending on how bubbly you like it)  • maraschino cherry and/or orange slice Mix ingredients, add ice cube and serve! DELICIOUS!

Picture by Eloise, Year 3


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Picture by Lizzie, Year 1


Programme of Events 6.00pm

Fair Opening

6.15pm

Competition Results •  Picture design for the Programme Cover •  Lucky Jar •  Homemade cakes

6.30pm

BAND playing – THE GREENBACKS

8.30pm

Raffle Draws

9.00pm

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Key to Map 1.  Hoopla 2.  Hook a Duck 3.  Apple Bobbing 4.  Peter Poppers Popcorn 5.  Face Painting & Tattoos 6.  Money Boxes 7.  Hair Braiding 8.  Lucky Jars 9.  Raffle 10.  Tree of Promises

11.  Splat the Rat 12.  Bottle Bonanza 13.  Beat the Goalie 14.  Coconut Shy 15.  Slippery Pole 16.  Summer Fun Tombola 17.  Pocket Money Toys & Tuck Shop 18.  Trip to India (& Henna) 19.  Teacup Ride 20. Bouncy Slide


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Cakes, Tea & Coffee

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BAND

First Aid

School

SAND

School Hall

CRAFT STALLS

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Playground

Seating Area

BBQ

12 BEER TENT

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Strawberry trifle •  350g Madeira cake •  good quality strawberry jam, strawberry or raspberry liqueur, or crème de cassis •  400g strawberries , sliced or halved •  1 tbsp golden caster sugar •  500g pot of good quality vanilla custard •  284ml pot double cream , lightly whipped Slice the cake and sandwich the slices together with jam. Cut into cubes. Sprinkle the sugar over the strawberries in a bowl. Divide the cake between 6 glasses and sprinkle a little liqueur over each. Spoon over the sliced strawberries and any juice and then top each with a layer of custard and a layer of cream. Decorate with strawberries.


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Visit your local store!


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x Picture by Skye, Year 6

Tree of Promise Possibilities Signed Valentine Warner cook book & luxury oil from the Gift of Oil; Round of Golf for 4 at Slinfold Golf & Country Club; Massage at the Therapy Room, Wisborough Green; Spa day & lunch for 4 at Slinfold Golf & Country Club; Oven clean (£45) by Sussex Ovens; Dunsfold Wings & Wheels tickets; Lower Pond Farm Meat Voucher; Clay Pigeon shoot at Lower Pond Farm; Nuts Challenge tickets; Southern Trains Rail tickets for family of four; Fishers Farm half price tickets for four; Two hour cleaning session from Miss Mop; Jazz Tickets; One month family membership (incl. soft play) at Cranleigh Leisure; Richmond home furnishing gift; Cotswold £30 vouchers; Lakeland gift; Family Day Bike Hire voucher (Up to 2adults, 3children) from Southwater Cycles; Horsham Bowl voucher for four; Cath Kidston goodies; 30% off a children’s party at Pied a Terre Adventures; and many more…


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Summer Pudding INGREDIENTS 300g Strawberries 250g Blackberries 100g Red currents 500g Raspberries 175g Golden caster sugar 7 slices day-old white bread, from a square, medium-cut loaf

METHOD 1. Bring out the juices: Wash fruit and gently dry on kitchen paper - keep strawberries separate. Put sugar and 3 tbsp water into a large pan. Gently heat until sugar dissolves stir a few times. Bring to a boil for 1 min, then tip in the fruit (not strawberries). Cook for 3 mins over a low heat, stirring 2-3 times. The fruit will be softened, mostly intact and surrounded by dark red juice. Put a sieve over a bowl and tip in the fruit and juice. 2. Prepare the bread: Line the 1.25-litre basin with cling film (will help turn out the pudding). Overlap two pieces in the middle of the bowl (easier than trying to stick to all of the curves. Let the edges overhang by about 15cm. Cut the crusts off the bread. Cut 4 pieces of bread in half, a little on an angle, to give 2 lopsided rectangles per piece. Cut 2 slices into 4 triangles each and leave the final piece whole. 3. Build the pud: Dip the whole piece of bread into the juice for a few secs just to coat. Push this into the bottom of the basin. Now dip the wonky rectangular pieces one at a time and press around the basin's sides so that they fit together neatly, alternately placing wide and narrow ends up. If you need to, trim the last piece of bread into a triangle, dip in juice and slot in. Spoon in the softened fruit, adding the strawberries here and there as you go. 4. Let flavours mingle then serve: Dip the bread triangles in juice and place on top - trim off overhang with scissors. Keep leftover juice for later. Bring cling film up and loosely seal. Put a side plate on top and weight down with cans. Chill for 6 hrs or overnight. To serve, open out cling film then put a serving plate upside-down on top and flip over. Serve with leftover juice, any extra berries and cream.


Picture by Louise, Year 3

English summer salad

* 500g peas and broad beans (freshly podded) * 3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil * Assortment of lettuce leaves, such as wild rocket, baby gem, water or land cress * juice and zest 1 lemon * handful chervil and flat-leaf parsley leaves Throw the peas and beans into a large pan of rapidly boiling salted water. Bring back to the boil for no more than 1-2 mins. Drain and allow to cool naturally (rather than plunging into iced water). Dress while still warm in a little of the olive oil, scatter over the spring onions. Finally, dress the lettuce leaves in the remaining oil, the lemon juice and zest. Season well. Toss together with the peas, broad beans and spring onions. Scatter the herbs over the top.


With thanks to‌

Roger Coupe Estate Agents Jeff Jones Design & Construction John Murray Butchers Guildford Tyre Co. Freehand Smithbrook Tuition Just Hair Little Harriers Leaders Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shop P&P Glass Cranleigh Freight Services Mucky Duck Pub Period Property Projects Alfold MOT Centre & Vehicle Hire Jim Hills Sports Warehouse Slinfold Golf & Country Club WJ King David Lugton Oven Rescue West Sussex Des Bone Chaundy School of Dance The Therapy Room AM Beauty Clinic Southern Trains Fired Rocks Hamptons International Celebration Cakes Miss Mop RH14 & Village Tweet Karen Guimareans Country Pursuits Wings and Wheels Lower Pond Farm Oak Tree Stores, Ifold Horsham Bowl Graham & Juliette Phipps Patti Garrett Fishers Farm Hepworth & Co Brewers Ltd Lakeland Pied a Terre Adventures Cranleigh Leisure Richmond Home Furnishings Southwater Cycles The Works Gift of Oil Wildwood Golf Club Cotswold The Greenbacks Enchanted Wood The staff, pupils, parents, family and friends of Loxwood School.

With special thanks to our main sponsors

Johnstone Kemp Tooley Limited.


Always  keeping  in  mind  the   safety  of  our  school  children   and  their  visitors,  and  avoiding   traffic  congesPon  in  Loxwood.     Park  (on  Spy  Lane)  &  Stride  this   way  for  fun  on  the  bouncy   slide,  beaPng  the  goalie,  craa   stalls,  cakes,  beer,  BBQ,  a     “Trip  to  India”  and  much   more…..   Plus,  live  music  from   The  Greenbacks.  

Loxwood  Primary  School  Fair  


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