Remember the fetes of yesteryear when competitions and afternoon teas were compulsory? Well, St John’s summer fete has decided to go ‘Vintage’ this year based on fetes of the 1940’s and 1950’s.
The Fete runs from 12-4pm with David Burrowes, MP, opening the fete. There are various stalls, bric-a-brac, clothes, cake, gifts, raffle, plants, composting and many more for you to peruse.
For the children there is a bouncy castle and face painting as well as various games to try out, such as the bottle tombola and hunt for silver in the sand!
Food abounds and there is a BBQ, Pimm’s, strawberries and cream and uniquely this year we are serving afternoon tea in the Parish Centre.
Entertainment inside the church includes, Hazesamba, Douglas Knight (performing a recital on the church organ) and closing with Yorkshire Belle.
Finally there is Teddy bear abseiling so don’t forget your teddies!
£1 entrance fee