HARRY Potter made a flying visit to an infant school during a book week celebration.

But the apprentice wizard was just one of a number of lookalikes celebrating World Book Day at Crookham Infant School.

All 164 pupils aged between four and seven took part in the fun day and other book characters enjoying the fun included Peter Pan, Noddy, Rupert Bear and Percy the Park Keeper.

Other highlights of the four-day book celebration included a visit from poet David Orme, who held poetry workshops, and author Corinne Henderson, who showed the youngsters how a book is made.

Governors, parents and grandparents also visited the school in Gally Hill Road, Church Crookham, to read stories to the children.