Fun and laughter at a summer fete in Wisbech
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A fun-packed summer fete raised more than £560 for activities at a home for people who suffer with dementia.
Dove Court at Wisbech held its annual summer fete which attracted a large number of people who enjoyed a host of games and entertainment.
A home spokesman said: “We had lots of people turn up. It was a really good day out for everybody who came along.
“There were lots of families who got together to enjoy the event.”
The fete raised £569.21 which will be used to fund activities fro residents living at the 76-bed home.
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At the day was a raffle, tombola, games, bouncy castle, refreshments, a cake stall, hook a duck, books, bric a brac and a car boot sale.
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