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Looking for something to do over the Bank Holiday weekend?

One attractive outing is the traditional village fete at the neighbouring village of Dinton on Sunday 28th August.

The activities get underway at 1.30pm

There will also be an 'After Party' until late, including live band, BBQ and bar.

Main Attractions:

  • A Lancaster Fly-Past — (weather permitting)
  • The brilliant Award Winning Colonel Custard Bletchington Silver Band
  • Traditional games and challenges, stalls, good quality books, plants, preserves and garden produce,
  • BBQ, beer tent and garden and wonderful homemade teas
  • Children's cricket demonstration
  • Tag Rugby demonstration

For more information, phone Sylvia Eaton on 01296 748537.

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