‘Fun for all the family’ - Popular village fete returns

PUBLISHED: 14:50 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:51 30 August 2018

Worlingham Village Fete will return for its sixth year. Photo: John L. Raybould.

Worlingham Village Fete will return for its sixth year. Photo: John L. Raybould.


A popular fete will return for its sixth year with a range of family fun activities.

Worlingham Village Fete returns to All Saints Green on Saturday, September 1, between 1.30pm and 5.30pm.

The fete will officially kick-off with a performance from the Wrentham Brass Band before a host of local musicians, including an Eric Clapton tribute act, take to the stage throughout the day.

An event spokesman said: “There will be displays by the Andrew miller Magic Show, Rumburgh Morris Dancer and the Waggy Tails Dog Agility Team.

“All the traditional attractions area there; bouncy castle, Punch and Judy, Pet’s Corner, raffle, stalls, tombola , a variety of games and competitions and the usual range of food, refreshments and drinks.”

They added: “It is fun for all the family”

New this year will be a display of exquisite hand-crafted wooden items courtesy of Beccles Men’s Shed.

Entrance to the fete is £1 for adults with children going free.

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