Monday, 7 September 2009

Dancers and drummers

All the fun of the Fete
The sun shone and it was just like old times. The Old Buckenham Village Fete was held in the Village Hall and on the grassed area in front of the Hall during the afternoon of Saturday 5 September. There was a wide variety of stalls and games with extra entertainment from the local Kenninghall Morris Dancers and the lady drummers of the Dead Goat Appreciation Society.
You could buy homemade cakes, preserves, jewellery, books and have food cooked on the barbecue. You could “splat the rat”, have your face painted, play target bowls, search for a bargain amongst the bric-a-brac or try you luck at the tombola stall. There were teas and cakes to enjoy inside the main hall and you could look at the display of paintings by the village’s Wednesday Art Group.
The afternoon ended with a very large raffle and hopefully many satisfied stall holders and visitors.

1 comment:

OB140years said...

Do I dare ask what is the "Dead Goat Appreciation Society"?