Gallery: Good turnout for Bygone and Organ Extravaganza

PUBLISHED: 11:44 01 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:20 04 May 2010

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING: Sue and Pete Beecroft from March Vintage and Veteran Cycle Club, arouse the interest of a Little Downham local.

THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING: Sue and Pete Beecroft from March Vintage and Veteran Cycle Club, arouse the interest of a Little Downham local.

THE crowds turned out for the 16th annual Bygone and Organ Extravaganza held in Little Downham village centre on Saturday, March 29. More than 25 mechanical organs of all sizes were playing favourite tunes. Bygones, vintage tractors, bicycles and cars, t

THE crowds turned out for the 16th annual Bygone and Organ Extravaganza held in Little Downham village centre on Saturday, March 29.

More than 25 mechanical organs of all sizes were playing favourite tunes. Bygones, vintage tractors, bicycles and cars, team models and motor cycles were on display. There were refreshments and a raffle. The event raised more than £1,000 for MAGPAS, the mobile emergency doctor service.

Trevor Freeman organises the event. He and his wife Linda began by collecting money for MAGPAS when he played his own street organ for the public. Sixteen years later the Extravaganza has become an established event in the village.

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