Somerton fete promises afternoon of fun
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Organisers are putting the finishing touches to this year's Somerton fete.
The annual fete has been running since 1990 and each year almost £3,000 is raised for Somerton Village Hall and St Mary's Church.
This year's fete is on Saturday, August 19 between 1pm and 4pm.
Traditional old fashioned games, a cafe serving tea and cakes and a tombola are among the many things available to take part in.
The Stokesby Strummers will also be performing during the afternoon.
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The fete will be opened by the mayor of Great Yarmouth, Kerry Robinson-Payne.
There is a chance to win a £200 cash first prize in the grand draw with tickets on sale at the fete.
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Gary Burckitt, one of the summer fete's organisers, said: 'The first prize has been donated in memory of Colleen, a stalwart of the fete and great worker at other community activities for many years.'