Sun shines on school’s daffodil, craft and country fayre
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Hundreds of visitors descended on Langley School near Loddon to enjoy the annual Daffodil, Craft and Country Fayre.
The event had been planned to take place in March but had to be postponed when heavy rain left the school field waterlogged.
And despite rain forecast elsewhere in the county, the weather remained dry and mild all day leaving visitors to get on with having a good time.
The bumper event featured a host of attractions including classic cars, steam engines, dancing and displays of dog agility.
Emma Cruickshank, of Langley School, said: 'It was a really lovely sunny day with lots of family fun.'
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Proceeds from the day will go to The Clare School, in Norwich, and their Care for Clare hydrotherapy project and The Fire Fighters Charity.
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