Stalls, music and more at village’s annual street fayre
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A good turnout of people descended on Loddon for its annual street fayre.
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 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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