Church Fete Sat 6th July 2019

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St Andrews Church Fete 6th July 2019

Church Fete
Sat 6th July 2019 @ 2-4.30pm
Church Green
(In the School Hall and Village Hall in case of bad weather)

Church fete on the Village Green — a relaxing afternoon out.
You will find the usual stalls with books, cakes, craft and jewellery and plants, the tombola, bar with Pimm's and soft drinks, and a display of classic cars. The raffle draw -1st prize £ 100 cash- will be at 4.15. For the children there will be a coconut shy, beat the buzzer, beat the goal and teddy bear zip-wiring from the church roof — bring your own Teddy to the front of the church where it will be hoisted up and then zip down. Teas will be served at the Old School Room and the Flower Guild will have decorated the church with flower arrangements, which can also be viewed on Sunday 7th July 2.00 -- 6.00 pm.

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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