Little Downham Bygone and Organ Extravaganza

PUBLISHED: 12:02 30 March 2006 | UPDATED: 11:39 04 May 2010

Tyler Howe and Megan Herron pose on one of the many vintage vehicles on display at the Bygone and Organ Extravaganza.

Tyler Howe and Megan Herron pose on one of the many vintage vehicles on display at the Bygone and Organ Extravaganza.

MORE than 200 people visited Little Downham Village Hall at the weekend for Saturday s Bygone and Organ Extravaganza. Dozens of favourite tunes were played on more than 25 different organs over the course of the day, and visitors could also look at the

GLEAM MACHINE: Michael and Vera Capbell with a classic MG TF, made in 1954. Photos: HELEN SOUTH

MORE than 200 people visited Little Downham Village Hall at the weekend for Saturday's Bygone and Organ Extravaganza.

Dozens of favourite tunes were played on more than 25 different organs over the course of the day, and visitors could also look at the vintage tractors, cars, motorbikes and steam models on display.

Organisers Trevor and Linda Brown and Alan and Judith Freeman also decided to hold a raffle to raise money for Magpas.

"It went very well," Mrs Freeman said.

"We were lucky that we had the weather for it.


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