Tradition is the order of the day when the village of Chelmarsh, on the Highley Road out of Bridgnorth, hosts its annual fete on Saturday 13 July from 2pm until 5.30pm.
The authentically English event will be laying on donkey rides, a coconut shy, a hog roast and a wide range of stalls including a white elephant stall and tombola – and there will be games of skill at which you can pit your wits against the fickle hand of fate to win a prize. There will also be entertainment throughout the afternoon with a brass band, Morris dancers, and a clown and juggler, and the event is complete with homemade cakes and teas.
Find out more at chelmarshparishhall.co.uk.
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