The time is almost upon us for the 2015 Tattingstone Village Summer Fete. This is the real deal if you have friends visiting from abroad and want to show them something truly British with –
- Birds Of Prey
- Donkey Rides
- Beer Tent and Barbecue
- Ice Cream and Tea Tent
- Silver Spinners Majorettes
- Bell Ringing from the Church
- Bouncy Castles
- Dog Agility
- Responder Group Teaching CPR.
- Punch and Judy
- Bale Tossing and Tug Of War.
The 2015 event is on the Saturday 12th September from 11:30 until 4pm and we can only hope for the best weather on the day!
This year we are going back to our roots with a traditional village fete being opened by Terry Hunt, the editor of the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star. Tattingstone would like to say a big thank you to everyone who has donated this year to our raffle, giving us some fantastic prizes for you to win. Good luck to everyone, the draw will take place towards the end of the fete, if you are not there, we will contact you during the following week, so don’t forget to put your contact details on our part of the ticket. The monies collected at the fete will go towards our local charities including First Responders. Thank you to all our volunteers and contributors who have helped put on this years fete.
LUCKY PRORAMME NUMBER Programmes were sold around the village prior to the Fete. Each programme has a unique number. We will draw the lucky programme number on the day of the fete. The winner will receive £50, 2nd number drawn will receive £25 and the 3rd number drawn will receive £10. All numbers will be published in the Tattingstone News, so look out in the next edition to see if you are a winner. Good luck!! NEED REFRESHMENT? If you are in need of refreshment, make sure you visit our tea tent where teas, coffees, cold drinks and lots of lovely home-made cakes will be on sale. If you want something hot, why not go to the BBQ area for a tasty, locally produced burger or hot dog. There is also our traditional beer tent, with draught beer, lager, wines or soft drinks. FUN AND GAMES This year we have brought back some traditional kids games, prizes will be given for winners. For the big kids there will be bale tossing and tug of war.
The Tennis Club will be having a tombola stall at the fete on the 12th September and any contributions of a bottle or jar of something would be appreciated. All donations to Gwen Lynch 328729 or Janet Ward 328663. Thanks in advance for your support!