02:02PM, Monday 25 April 2016
A school gym was transformed into a gourmet restaurant for a night for an annual fundraiser.
On Saturday, Holy Trinity CE School, in Wethered Road, Marlow, hosted its regular Spring Fling.
Organised by the school’s PTA, the event saw more than 100 guests gather for an evening of food, drink and dancing.
As well as the dinner, which cost £17.50 per ticket, money was raised through a raffle.
In total, about £1,800 was collected, a record for the yearly event, which is expected to go towards improving the school’s IT suite.
Kathy Murray, chairman of the PTA, whose son Luke, 11, is a pupil at the school and daughter Laura, 15, a former pupil, praised the work of Simon and Eve Bunt, the main organisers of the event.
She added: “I thought it all went really well, the room was decorated beautifully, particularly considering how many people there were, and it’s all down to the PTA team.”
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