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Olde English Fayre


Hethersett will be celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with an Olde English Jubilee Fayre on Sunday June 3rd on the Memorial Playing Field.

“Many people have expressed an interest in helping to revive a summer fair on the playing field and we thought it would be a great idea to combine it with the Queen’s 60th Jubilee celebrations. We would like to give the fair a traditional feel,” said Memorial Playing Field Trustees’ Chairman and Hethersett Parish Councillor Simon Floyd.

Attractions already lined-up include a hog roast, homemade labyrinth, a herbal apothecary stall, village stocks and a variety of village games.

“We are looking for people to help support the fayre in any way they can including musicians, people running stalls, people dressing up and people prepared to help set things up. The more the merrier,” Mr Floyd said.

An organising committee has been set-up and will be meeting again in February and it is hoped that the fete will lead to the setting up of a Friends of the Field group.

“This is the people’s fair and we want to make it an event to remember,” Simon Floyd added.

Offers of help can be made to Memorial Playing Field secretary Peter Hoult on 01603 811337.