Gallery: Hundreds turn out for Little Thetford Feast Day

PUBLISHED: 15:31 21 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 04 May 2010

Little Thetford Feast Day

Little Thetford Feast Day

HUNDREDS of people turned out to enjoy a day of fun and games at the return of the Little Thetford Feast Day. Back after a three-year hiatus, the feast was held at the village sports and social club on The Wyches, and saw hundreds of people from neighbour

HUNDREDS of people turned out to enjoy a day of fun and games at the return of the Little Thetford Feast Day.

Back after a three-year hiatus, the feast was held at the village sports and social club on The Wyches, and saw hundreds of people from neighbouring villages join local people for a day packed with activities.

On top of the traditional mix of craft stalls and displays there was also a cracker eating competition, splat-a-rat games and foot races. The Soham majorettes performed some routines from hit-musical Mamma Mia, and the day was capped with a concert in the sport hall.

Event co-organiser John House, said: "The event really was a success, everybody I have spoken to said they enjoyed the day and we even managed to raise £500 for the village hall which was great.


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