Henbury Summer Fete is Coming Soon

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We're getting ready for the SUMMER FETE on the Millennium Green on Saturday June 17th at 2 pm

There's going to be ferret racing, the AZ Archery Club are going to teach you to be Robin Hood, Whirley School will be maypole dancing ,there'll be a kids entertainer , hot dogs and delicious refreshments, Granelli's icecream, plate smashing, tombola and a whole lot more other things to do on a sunny June afternoon.

Could you help with a donation of bottles, offers of cakes ,home produce and plants, books and toys for the stalls? If so we'd be be most grateful, please, just call Ann Cousin on 01625 610059 to let us know.

And if you would like to donate a TOMBOLA prize do come and enjoy a glass of wine on Monday June 5th from 7.30pm at 26 Hightree Drive, hosted by Ann Plews and Pip Hancock.

More info in the Poster above

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