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Learners and staff at Lewisham College got together to enjoy a range of activities and games at the College’s annual summer fair.

The fair saw events held at both Lewisham Way and Deptford Bridge campuses. The event at Lewisham Way featured food and drinks stalls, a raffle, a plant stall, and handcrafted cards and necklaces made by learners which were available to buy. Learners on the Supported Learning programme performed live music, playing a variety of instruments.

Deptford Bridge hosted a table tennis competition for construction learners with the winners getting to choose from a range of prizes related to courses, such as tools and workwear. There was also a food hamper up for grabs supplied by the local Co-op convenience store.

Gerard Garvey, Principal at Lewisham College, said: “It has been brilliant to see the variety of activities and stalls on display for our 2022 summer fair. Events like this are important as they help to enrich our learners studying experience and create a valuable sense of community and togetherness within the College.”

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