Titchfield residents were out in force supporting St Peter’s Church Fete on Saturday.
With glorious sunshine, and only a few drops of rain, visitors to The Old Vicarage garden were able to browse the stalls, enter raffles, enjoy a cup of tea, listen to the music, buy bric-a-brac and books, select a plant and have a chat with old friends.
To mark the Fete’s 70th anniversary it was officially opened by twin sisters, Sheila Hignall and Mary Parrett.
The annual event attracts people from far and wide to a very traditional English village activity.
Visitors to the Fete were able take a break from touring the stalls and enjoy a cuppa and a slice of delicious cake inside the Church.
A new feature this year was a ‘Field Dog Handling Demonstration in the Churchyard.
All proceeds from the day will go to the Church Funds Charity.