May Fayre set to be held this Sunday
the fun of the fair comes to Berrow this Sunday (2nd May) when
the village holds its annual May Fayre.
May Fayre will take place between 12.30pm and 5pm on the Red Road
Lynn Smith told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "Last year's event was
very well attended despite the rather cold and windy weather and
the money raised from the Fayre exceeded £5,500."
would be brilliant if we could beat that amount this time. This
year we have invited Richard House, the owner of Brean Leisure
Park, to open the Fayre for us."
have lots going on including displays by the Heavens Gate Dog
Team, our local Kung Fu group, the Lucy Gunter School of Dance
and the Air Cadets Drill Squad."
93 Bath Squadron Air Cadets Band will be performing twice during
the day. We have over 35 stalls selling various products and traditional
games to play. There will be classic cars and bikes and stationary
Van Diemans Motor Cycle Club are attending and, for a small fee,
will give you a ride around the fields. There will be a beer tent,
tea tent, barbeque and various other food stalls."
entrance fee for the event will be £1 for a family ticket
and there will be free parking on the playing fields.
Fayre is organised by the Berrow Community Association's Entertainment
Team and all proceeds will go towards the Berrow Village Hall
Community Association's Treasurer, Owen Davies, added: "2010
is special as it sees us starting work at last on the project.
If all goes well it will be finished by Christmas with updated
facilities and the opportunity to use the enlarged main hall either
in its entirety for one event, or split into two separate areas
enabling two smaller events to be hosted at the same time."
Team's next big event is the 'Gig on the Green' which is being
held on Berrow Village Green on Saturday, August 7th. Look out
for more details nearer to the time.
at last year's event are members of the Moose Ladies circle
at their gazebo (Sheila Fautley, Christine Pursey, Pat Fletcher,
Valerie Wills, and Valerie Bowden) and, beneath, Ray Street, Terry
Cornelius and Laurie Lillycrop at the whisky lottery stall