Music and fun at Witcham for annual music festival and fete
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The smooth sounds of jazz filtered across the village of Witcham when the annual music festival was held.
Among the acts hosted by The White Horse Inn was Delta Rhythm and Chesterton Community College Jazz Band.
A lunchtime concert, with world-famous trumpeter Crispian Steele Perkins, was enjoyed at St Martin’s Church then the Witcham village fete was held at the green.
Buckden Handbell Ringers gave a workshop and Mepal and Witcham C of E VC Primary School singers performed.
There was also traditional cream teas, a bottle tombola, stalls and entertainment for all the family.
A scarecrow competition had the theme Royal Family and there was also a photographic competition with two categories for children and adults.
Musical fun came in the shape of a céilidh in the village hall performed by the Ivel Valley Band and on Sunday a come and sing event was held in St Martin’s Church to music with a Royal theme to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
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The Rt Rev David Thomson, Bishop of Huntingdon, formally closed the festival.
Proceeds will go towards St Martin’s Parish Church and Witcham Village Hall.