Don't forget the Henbury Summer Fete on Saturday June 17th !!
Gates open at 2pm and the official opening by David Rutley (our MP?) will be at 2.15pm.
There will be Maypole Dancing performed by children from Whirley Primary School, Ferret Racing, Archery and music from a small Jazz group.
Lots of stalls, games and side shows, not forgetting hot dogs, delicious refreshments and ice cream, will be available all afternoon!
Please come and splat a rat, hit a golf ball, break some plates and spend some money and enjoy yourself for only £2!
"A GLASS OF WINE IN EXCHANGE FOR A TOMBOLA PRIZE"
Come along to 26 Hightree Drive on Monday June 5th starting at 7.30pm where hosts Ann Plews and Pip Hancock will welcome you and receive your prize(s) with open arms!
Donations of books, toys and plants for the stalls are most welcome. Please let Ann Cousin know on 610059 if you have something to offer.
We still need a few more helpers to set things up in the morning, and tidy up afterwards, and to look after the stalls and games. So if you can spare some time to help, please call Ann Cousin on 610059 as soon as you can.
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