Despite the threat of showers hundreds of Titchfield residents enjoyed a fun packed afternoon at St Peter’s Church Fete.
Helpers from right across the community were busy from first thing preparing for the event.
The plant stalls were stocked, the second hand books stacked high, the gazebos erected and the BBQ lit.
The gate was officially opened at 1pm and the visitors streamed in.
Music was provided by Paul McKenna’s Swingworld Band in the front garden and by the St Peter’s Puppets, Titchfield Primary School Pans Ablaze and the West Hill Park Community Choir in the back garden.
The scouts did sterling work selling burgers and hot dogs.
Refreshments were also provided in the church with the opportunity to listen to the church organ and to speak to the Organist.
In the beautiful Old Vicarage garden, were the usual range of stalls with a variety of community organisations greeting visitors on the front lawn.
Activities and games include ‘Jolly Jars’, the ‘Coconut Shy’ and ‘Splat the Rat’ as well as the Super Chance and Chocolate Tombolas.
A great day for all and thankfully the rain held off for most of the afternoon.
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