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Church Fête & Flower Display
Saturday 8th July, 2-4.30pm

The Dog Show and Classic Cars will be returning, there will be a Bouncy Castle and a display of Birds of Prey. Tower trips and teas will be served in the Old School Room.

For children up to 11 years there will be a fancy dress competition. The Raffle 1st prize will be £100, with a large hamper as 2nd prize, plus several other, attractive prizes.

Don't miss the floral displays in St Andrew's Church when you come to the Church Fête, with a Festival of Flowers presented by the Flower Guild. There will be a second opportunity to see the flowers on the following day when the Church will be open from 2.00 pm until the "Songs of Praise" service at 6.00 pm.

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