Sun shine fun time at St Wendredas Church in March
- Credit: Archant
The sun shone as people turned out to enjoy a day of fun and frolics for the St Wendreda’s Autumn fayre in March which raised £1,300.
There were tower tours, a display of martial arts, bell ringing displays, craft stalls and a chance to throw wet sponges at Mayor councillor Rob Skoulding in the stocks.
There was a chance to enter a scarecrow into a prize competition which was won by 10 year old Kezia Towning.
Rev Clifford Stocking, in charge of St Wendreda’s and St John’s churches, said: “It was a really good day, a great turn out and a fantastic fund raising total.”
All money raised will go towards continuing repairs needed on the church roof.
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Opening the tower is a new feature at the church. The next time people can climb the tower to see views of March is on April 16.
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