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The Church Fete - July 3th 2010

Henry meets Gavin Williamson

...and Mrs Williamson

Gavin, our new MP opens the fete

The Williamson family

Visitors start arriving...

Teas and cakes on sale

Home made cakes... mmmm

The Book stall

The Painting Exhibition

more paintings...

The photographic exhibits

The Farm Produce stall opens

Plenty of flowers and vegetables

The stall raises over £500

Fishing for beer

Another busy stall

Try the football

Fresh popcorn for sale

  The RAF Cosford Voluntary Band

  Classic Cars

The Dog Agility Demonstrations

The Races


The Coconut stall

It's good here...

Fishing for a pize

Face painting

Maureen looks for a bargain

Harry is enjoying the Fete

Waiting for the wet sponge !

Around 900 visitors !

Curve it like Beckham !

Enjoying some fresh popcorn

A colourful visitor

Part of the Tombola Team

Maureen draws the raffle

Gavin faces the wet sponge

Another crowd stopper

The Bouncy Castles arrive

Ready, Steady, Go...

This is FUN !!!

Real FUN !!!

Looks a bit high to me !

Plenty of hot food

Jeremy chats with a stallholder

David busy on the Raffle Stall

Lady Barbara enjoys the Fete

Is this the winning ticket ?

The Hoopla stall

The White Elephant stall

The Bottle stall raised over £500

The Coconut stall

The latest buggy !

Timing the Fishing for Beer

A happy stallholder

Alan runs the Tombola

The Tombola prizes

First Responders stall

The Fete well underway

The Classic Cars

Lesley & Richard on their stall

Through the tyre, please

Some of the car owners

Steve enjoys an ice cream

Colin enjoys the day

Mary helps on a stall

A happy face

Choosing his sweets

Chrissie enjoys the day

Pick a card !

Around 900 visitors to the Fete

Who's this ?

Carol, our Fete organiser
Our thanks to all the Organisers and Supporters of this year's Fete, for all their donations and hard work in making this event a success.
Also thanks go to all those who helped and participated in any way.

See you all again next year !

(The first report shows a profit of over £5000.)

 (Photography by Mike Coope)