Come To The Church Fete Sat 7th July

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New this year: bric-à-brac, New-4-U stall (new and good quality clothes), Teddy bear parachute jumping from the church tower.
Bring your own Teddy bear with a 'parachute' plus name tag and come to the 'back' of the church tower (Old School Room side) where all Teddy bears will be collected, ascend the tower and at 2.30 jump in turn. No entry fee

Raffle tickets are still available at the School Admin Office, Sandpits Heating, Wiltown Garage, The Barbers at Coopers Cross — and on the day.
1st prize £100, 2nd prize large food hamper, and several other prizes.

'Balloon competition': a free MOT could be yours if you guess the correct number of balloons in one of the displayed classic cars.

Car parking — besides in the village main car park, there will be some additional spaces in the School car park and on the forecourt of Crisp Clean ('top' of Church Street, by Dyers Road).

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