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A twilight school fete attracted children and those young at heart.
Bunyip’s Columba Catholic Primary School held its annual twilight fete on 17 March.
Catering to all ages, the fete featured rides, yummy food and an assortment of market stalls.
Gazette photographer Stewart Chambers was on hand to capture all the action.

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