All welcome for a fun-filled family day out at the annual Piddlehinton Village Fete on Saturday 20 July from 2pm to 5pm.

This year’s fete will be held in the lovely English garden at East Farmhouse, Piddlehinton by the River Piddle and celebrations will include the 50th anniversary of the Moon-landing. Bigger and better than ever before, this year’s fete will include the famous dog show judged by expert Olivia Archer.

Keeping youngsters entertained will be the children’s races, pony rides, coconut shy, welly wanging, gymnastics display, toy stall and, of course, the ice-cream tent and the Duck Grand National.

For the adults there will be a Pimms bar, as well as many well-stocked stalls including plants, cakes, preserves, books, and the much loved white elephant, not forgetting the raffles and silent auction.

From 7pm there will be a barbecue complete with DJ and live music, featuring the village’s very own John Hudson, one of Britain’s most powerful tenors – and of course a telescope for lessons on the moon and stars. Parking is at DT2 7TF.

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