St. Andrew's Church Fete
Saturday 02 July 2016 14:00 — 16:30
Church fete on the Village Green a relaxing afternoon out.
You will find the usual stalls with books, cakes, crafts, and plants, the tombola, dog show (starting at 3.00 pm).
Quench your thirst or still your hunger, see a display of classic cars, and there will also be a display of birds of prey which people can hold.
The raffle draw -cash prizes only- will be at 4.15.
For the children there will be a bouncy castle and they can play various games or try their aim at the coconut shy.
Teas will be served at the Old School Room and the Flower Guild will have decorated the church with flower arrangements (these can also be viewed on Sunday 3rd July 2.00-5.30pm).
Those with a healthy constitution can climb the church tower to view the surrounding area — tours are every 30 minutes, starting at 2.00 pm.
Donations of items for sale on stalls or suitable for tombola prizes will be gratefully received, preferably before the week of the fete (sorry, no bric-a-brac or videos).
Please ring 251355 or 252429 to donate and arrange collection, or leave them at the Post Office.
Cakes (for the cake stall or with the teas) and plants can be delivered on the day of the fete day.
We look forward to seeing you on the Green (or in the Village Hall and School Hall in case of bad weather)
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