The Churches Summer Fair on Saturday June 14th was a most enjoyable afternoon hosted very kindly by Chelford School in their beautiful school grounds, which were further enhanced by good weather.
The school children all danced for us in two very contrasting dances followed by several teams of mixed ages fighting over the tug-of-war while for the less energetic splendid afternoon teas and the many stalls provide quieter entertainment.
At the end of the day a grand total of £1130 was raised for church funds, and only one prize was unclaimed, by Georgina Watkins for whom we had no contact telephone number so could she please contact me directly (01625 861509).
Finally I would like to thank all those who helped us on the day and hope that they enjoyed this community day as much as the rest of us.
Children from Chelford School did some wonderful dancing ranging from the traditional Scottish country dances of Class 1 through to 'Thriller' with some very convincing zombie dancing from Class 2
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