Great news, the Country fair will return again next year. Now that the fields have had a break, they will once again go into rotation cropping. This means we will be able to have access for parking and the committee are very grateful to Neil Parkhouse for enabling this.
Sunday 21st August 2016 is the likely date so put this in your diary!
A year off has given everyone a breather but we will have to work hard to get things up and running again. We’re going to need lots of help so don’t be shy about letting us know you can support the event. There are all sorts of jobs both before and during the event. The committee is meeting at 8pm on 1st September at the village hall to ‘regroup’ and set the ball rolling. If you fancy getting involved early on please come along.
Keep an eye on the St Ewe website and our Facebook page for updates.
St Ewe Country Fair Committee
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