The College successfully raised £444.11 at its annual Christmas Fayre, which took place in the New Hall on Friday 12 December. Students displayed an array of festive products to sell on stalls, including cakes, gifts, and decorations. Items included hand-made Christmas cards and crafts, baubles filled with sweets and home-made cakes and mince pies. There was also a DJ and games to play. The students provided entertainment performing a selection of Christmas songs. The Fayre was supported by students, staff, and governors. Local primary school pupils were also invited to come along and join in with the festive fun. A friendly competition for the best stall was organised between tutor groups, judged by Paul Cornish, Principal, and Ben Brook, Business Manager, who said “All the students made a fantastic effort with their stalls and raised a significant amount for our chosen charity.” 1st prize went to the cake stall offering delicious mince pies and Christmas cakes. All proceeds from the Christmas Fayre will be going to the College’s Charity of the Year, Devon Air Ambulance Trust.