RAF flyover expected at fete

Three-year-old Evie Oakes has her face painted by Kevin Becken at last year's fete'PHOTO: Tim Williams
Three-year-old Evie Oakes has her face painted by Kevin Becken at last year's fete'PHOTO: Tim Williams
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The 2nd Harby Fete at the village hall and on the Leys takes place on Saturday with the proceeds going towards the upkeep of the village hall.

The event prides itself on providing entertainment for the whole family.

Its programme of activities includes a dog show, live music, food stalls and children’s games.

Other attractions include a bouncy castle, steam train, craft stalls, a coconut shy and a beer tent.

This year’s event, which runs from noon until late, also features an RAF flypast from 2.30pm which includes a hawker hurricane and a spitfire.

Georgina Steward, a project manager helping to organise the event, said: “This year we’re really excited and hope that many people come and enjoy a nice family day out.

“Hopefully the weather stays fine and there’ll be a good turnout.

“All the money raised is being put towards the village hall to sustain the services that it provides to the local community.

The fun starts from 12 noon, admission is free and there is parking available on site.

For more details visit www.harbyvillagehall.moonfruit.co.uk or call Georgina on 01949 860213.