Blue Skies

PUBLISHED: 14:20 08 June 2006 | UPDATED: 11:47 04 May 2010

SINCE the church fete was revived several years ago it has often been less than blessed with sunny weather. Although dodging a few drops has become part of the day s fun let s hope that this year s event on Saturday morning from 10am to noon will start a

SINCE the church fete was revived several years ago it has often been less than blessed with sunny weather. Although dodging a few drops has become part of the day's fun let's hope that this year's event on Saturday morning from 10am to noon will start a new trend of blue-sky fetes. It should make throwing wet sponges at the bloke in the stocks more fun.

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