Stalls, music and more at village’s annual street fayre

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin.

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin. - Credit: Archant

A good turnout of people descended on Loddon for its annual street fayre.

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin.

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin. - Credit: Archant

Held last Sunday, May 27, the event saw the street, Church Plain and the Staithe adorned with various stalls selling cakes, plants, bric-a-brac, food and craft items.

And with the sun shining, visitors also enjoyed music and singing at Church Plain and the Staithe, giving a party atmosphere to the event.

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin.

The Loddon street fayre. Picture: Courtesy of Maureen Larkin. - Credit: Archant

The fire station was also open along with Loddon Country Market, and for the children there was a fancy dress competition and bouncy castle,

This month will see the popular scarecrow festival return to Loddon and Chedgrave, which will see creations popping up around both villages.


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The festival will culminate with the carnival parade on June 16.

Funds for the event were raised through a fun dog show hosted by the Chet Carnival and Community Group on May 6 at the Jubilee Hall playing fields.

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