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Family fun on offer at country fair held in memory of MS sufferer

PUBLISHED: 16:44 20 June 2018

Last year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony Kelly

Last year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony Kelly

The fourth instalment of a country fair will once again honour the memory of a woman who suffered with MS.

Last year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony KellyLast year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony Kelly

Having already raised £27,000 for various charities, Sotterley Country Fair will take place on the Sotterley Estate this Sunday, June 24, from 10am.

The fair remembers multiple sclerosis sufferer Sally Bunn, whose family decided to organise an event focussing on family fun and fundraising.

Last year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony KellyLast year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony Kelly

A dog show with more than 20 classes will be held, as well as a gun dog scurry and terrier racing. The main ring will play host to bird of prey displays, Waggytails dog agility, and horse riding demonstrations.

Visitors can try their hand at clay shooting and archery, while they can also see a wealth of classic cars, tractors and steam engines.

Last year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony KellyLast year's Sotterley Country Fair. Picture: Antony Kelly

From 11.30am, a selection of musicians and dancers including Rumburgh Morris Dancers, The Harpoon Blues Band and Lowestoft Longshoremen will perform.

Entry is £4 for adults and free for children under 12.


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