Traditional fun and games at Worlingham’s annual village fete

The Wrentham Brass Band playing at a previous Worlingham Village Fete. Picture: Archant library.

The Wrentham Brass Band playing at a previous Worlingham Village Fete. Picture: Archant library. - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2015

Traditional family fun will be on offer at this weekend's Worlingham Village Fete.

Organised by a group of volunteers, the fete will be held for the fifth year running at All Saints Green behind Worlingham Church.

Running from 1.30pm to 5.30pm on Saturday, September 2, the fete will open with a performance by the Wrentham Brass Band.

Throughout the afternoon, visitors will be entertained with blues, jazz and swing music from Ali's Cats, along with other local musicians performing near the beer tent.

There will be displays by the Waggy Tails Dog Agility Team, East Coast Liners dancing group and the Andrew Miller Magic Show.

There will also be traditional attractions including a bouncy castle, ferret racing, Punch and Judy, raffle, stalls, tombola, a variety of games and competitions, along with food and drink.

And particularly for Worlingham residents, there will be a manned gazebo displaying information about the community facility project, the Neighbourhood Plan and the 'Death of our Village' campaign.

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