Diamond Jubilee
Village fete is huge success

By Nigel Slater 07/06 Updated: 09/06 10:12

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RESIDENTS in Broadway got into the Jubilee spirit by enjoying the traditional village fete to raise funds for the church.

The event, which took place on Monday (June 4) at the Village Green, saw a wide range of entertaining stalls, tombolas and refreshments being served throughout the day.

All funds raised on the day went towards the village's St Michael and All Angels Church.

Gill Hammond, one of the organisers of the event, said: "The day was a great success and was well attended. The rain stayed away and it was great to see everybody come together to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee."

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