Nightingale School in Tooting holds summer fair

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A special school for boys held a summer fete bonanza.

Nightingale School, in Beechcroft Road, Tooting, had everything from DJing to a bouncy castle at their summer fete on Saturday, July 12.

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The MP for Tooting, Sadiq Khan, popped in to visit the youngsters and said: “The Nightingale School does an incredible job with some of our most vulnerable young people locally.

“It was wonderful to see the local community come together support the school at their summer fair.

“The headteacher and staff, as well as parents and students, were really getting into the spirit of the fair and it was a pleasure to join them.”

The school, run by Wandsworth Council, has its own livestock farm on site which opened in 2009.

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