Hundreds turn out for Little Downham Fete

PUBLISHED: 11:18 04 June 2013 | UPDATED: 11:18 04 June 2013

Little Downham Fete, dad Scott Mokler from Ely with Eliott Mokler

Little Downham Fete, dad Scott Mokler from Ely with Eliott Mokler

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THE Little Downham Village Fete returned on Saturday, with hundreds turning out to enjoy the festivities.

Little Downham Fete, (l-r) Peggy Rose, Michelle Seidler, Jill Gibbs, with the Womens Institute cake stallLittle Downham Fete, (l-r) Peggy Rose, Michelle Seidler, Jill Gibbs, with the Womens Institute cake stall

As well as the ever-popular beer tent, there was an array of food stands, children’s races and craft stalls.

There was also a huge kite display, tug of war and even human hamster balls, which proved a real hit.

The event, held on the village recreation ground, also hosted a go kart track and raised funds for a number of charities.

Little Downham Fete, (l-r) Noa, Ebony and Tyler, from Ely,  playing with the sand gamesLittle Downham Fete, (l-r) Noa, Ebony and Tyler, from Ely, playing with the sand games

Among those to benefit will be the East Anglian Air Ambulance.


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