Hagley summer fete to raise funds for climbing wall

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A HAGLEY school is holding a summer fete to help raise funds for a climbing wall.

Hagley Catholic High School hopes the event next Saturday (June 28), will make a dent in the £15,000 needed to see the project through.

The Brake Lane school will take its students to dizzying new heights with the wall, which would be available to the wider community at evenings and weekends.

Visitors to the fete will be entertained by Irish dancers, get the chance to a scale a mobile climbing wall and appreciate a range of classic cars and a birds of prey display.

There will also be a variety of stalls to browse, games to play and refreshments will be in the form of a BBQ, hog roast and a fully-licensed bar.

The event will run from 12 noon to 4pm, admission is £1.

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