By Eric Plenderleath - 4th September 2013 12:07pm
The Fun Day at the Red Lion on Saturday 31st August proved to be a success,with a BBQ of Hot Dogs and Beefburgers, and profitable Tombola,Lucky Dip,sweet and book stalls.
What was really great to see, was the number of young families that attended,with the children having an energetic and noisy time on the Bouncy Castle.
Any profit raised will go towards the maintenance at St Andrew's Church.
Thanks to the staff at the Red Lion for making the facilities available.
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