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Looking for something to do on Bank Holiday Monday, 25th August?

The weather forecast may not be too encouraging, but don't forget the Dinton Fete, starting at 1.30pm on the Parish Field in Dinton.

As usual there will be lots of stalls, games, children's obstacle races, a wheelbarrow race, tug-of-war and a Dakota fly-past (weather permitting).

Organisers would love to hear of other teams from local villages to take part in the inter-village races!

Colonel Custard will again be delighting and amazing the children in the Dinton Village Hall.

For more information, phone Sylvia Eaton on 01296 748537.

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