Summer folk fair fundraiser coming to Burwell this weekend

PUBLISHED: 08:04 13 July 2016

Burwell Museum and Windmill annual fundraising event

Burwell Museum and Windmill annual fundraising event

Archant

Burwell’s Summer Folk Fair, hosted by the trustees of Burwell Museum, takes place this Sunday.

The annual fundraiser will feature live music from local folk musicians Andy Wall, Louise Eatock and Burwell Folk Club as well Coton Morris.

There will also be a BBQ, windmill tours, games and stalls and the vintage tea room will be open.

BBC Radio Cambridgeshire have also confirmed that Christopher South will be presenting his weekly gardening show from the museum.

For more information call 01638 605544 or 07794 512192.

The fundraiser takes place from 11am till 5pm.

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