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Kingsey is hosting its annual village fête on Saturday 23rd July, commencing at 2.00pm

The fête raises money for St Nicholas Church and local charities which are chosen each year by members of the village of Kingsey.

As always, the event will be held in the garden of Tythrop House, HP17 8LT — by kind permission of Mr and Mrs Wheeler.

Entertainment at this traditional village fête will be provided by the Celebration Jazz Band, which has been playing at the fête for more than 30 years!

As well as all the usual stalls there will be games for the children and delicious home-made cakes to go with the tea.

A fun afternoon for all the family.

For more information,
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