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Grand fete at Gressenhall

PUBLISHED: 15:51 01 June 2010 | UPDATED: 15:57 07 July 2010

Bigger and better than ever!

That's the promise from the organisers of the grand fete on Gressenhall Green this Saturday, 2-5pm.

A junk modelling competition, live music, vintage cars and cycles, fun dog show, art exhibition, stalls and refreshments are among the attractions at the event, which is raising money for St Mary's Church in the village.

Bigger and better than ever!

That's the promise from the organisers of the grand fete on Gressenhall Green this Saturday, 2-5pm.

A junk modelling competition, live music, vintage cars and cycles, fun dog show, art exhibition, stalls and refreshments are among the attractions at the event, which is raising money for St Mary's Church in the village.

Ted Turney, who has recently retired from masterminding many of the fetes, will perform the grand opening at 2pm and compere will be Graham Griffiths.

Norwich-based sax band Saxobility will perform twice during the afternoon and Linda Howell will provide keyboard music.

The junk modelling competition involves youngsters making a figure from recycled materials up to 600mm tall.

A large number of local organisations will take part.

On Sunday there is a songs of praise service in a marquee on the Green at 3.30pm. People can choose their favourite hymn and those attending need to take a chair and picnic.

Contact: Elspeth Mackinlay on 01362 860302.


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