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A Traditional Village Summer Fete with something for all the family

Saturday June 16th 2pm on the Millennium Green

There'll be all the old favourites like :

  • The Whirley School Children Country Dancing for Us
  • Tombola and Grand Raffle with Loads of Prizes
  • Have a go Archery
  • Children's Entertainer
  • Plate Smashing, Splat the Rat and lots of other Games
  • The Jazz Band
  • Super teas and cakes, cold drinks and more in the Refreshment Tent
  • Ice Cream and Hot Dogs Too
  • Home Produce and Plants
  • The Toys and Book Stalls with loads of Bargains for You

And this year , for the First Time

  • A super Children's Roundabout

So come along and join the fun on Henbury Millennium Green, Church Lane , Henbury SK11 9NN on Saturday June16th at 2 pm. Admission only £2 for Adults, Free for Under 14s.

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