PICTURED: Inflatable delights at Brampton Primary School in Bexleyheath

Oliver Tampling, six, enjoys the day

There was music and dancing in the performance area

Georgia Stewart, nine, and Jack Packham, nine, get stuck in

PICTURED: Inflatable delights in Bexleyheath

Anisha Polu, six, and Aadhya Subu, six, enjoy the refreshments

Jack Packham, nine, bounces around

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A Bexleyheath inflatable fair drew in more than 1,000 people on one of the hottest days of the year so far.

One of the organisers revealed she almost got "burned to a crisp" because she was kept so busy manning the beer tent at Brampton Primary School in Brampton Road.

News Shopper: PICTURED: Inflatable delights in Bexleyheath

The school choir showed off their skills in a new performance area and there were stocks, bouncy castles and a range of refreshments to cool people down in the heat.

Leanne Smith, member of the Friends of Brampton Primary School, said: "We had more than 1,200 people attend - lots more than last year - and we raised around £3,000 for the school.

"People are saying they couldn’t believe how good it was.

"I almost got burned to a crisp because I was so busy manning the beer tent but it was worth it - I’m wearing lots of After Sun today."

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