Circus raises more than £1,300 for Manor Park Primary School
Acrobats, daredevils and other acts clowned around to raise money for a school as the circus arrived in town.
The Happy Circus put on the evening of high-jinx to raise money for Manor Park Primary School.
The big top
More than 500 parents and children packed the big top to watch Happy and Pip the clowns, a daring aerialist, juggler, hula hoopers and more in an event organised by the Friends of Manor Park.
The event raised £1,380 for the Greyhound Road school. Headteacher Danielle Scrase said: "This was a fabulous event that parents and children loved and could enjoy together that raised a lot of money for the school. I’d like to say thank you to everyone involved."
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