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Sun set to shine on village summer fayre

PUBLISHED: 09:49 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 09:49 26 June 2018

Residents enjoying the fayre last year. Picture: Janet Norman-Philips

Residents enjoying the fayre last year. Picture: Janet Norman-Philips

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A village is set to become a place of family fun as the green is turned into a summer fayre.

Residents enjoying the fayre last year. Picture: Janet Norman-PhilipsResidents enjoying the fayre last year. Picture: Janet Norman-Philips

On Saturday June 30 from 5pm until midnight the Redlingfield Doorstep Green, near Eye will hosting a summer fayre with raffles, games and refreshments.

A BBQ will be available from 6pm with a fully licensed bar from 5pm until midnight.

Tickets for the BBQ are £6 and get you three items from the BBQ. Vegetarian options are available.

Parish council clerk Janet Norman-Philips said: “It looks like the weather is going to be great.

“We are focusing on old fashioned games like tug of war and a giant snakes and ladders so it will be loads of silly fun.

“We have a three-quarter acre field so children can run around while parents can relax.”

All profits will go to the upkeep of Redlingfield village, the Doorstep Green and St Andrew’s church.

For tickets email pc@redlingfield.suffolk.gov.uk

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