photos: Sun-soaked Brent Knoll Summer Fete attracts big turnout
afternoon of hot summer weather attracted big crowds to Brent
Knoll's annual summer fete on Saturday (June 12th).
The village's Reverend Simon Lewis officially opened the event
with organiser John Page, as pictured above.
crowds of spectators were treated a variety of traditional music,
games and stalls plus entertainment.
Page told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It was a fantastic afternoon
- the School dancers were there with their traditional country
dancing, also, Brent Knolls own group of male dancers, the
Chalice Morris Men, were with us again."
fun sports attracted a good number of entrants for egg and spoon
races and three-legged races."
A good turnout of stalls was on hand, selling woodcarving, jewellery,
preserves, honey, cakes, music, bric-a-brac, books and cards.
there was old-style entertainment too with a bottle-stall, raffle
and coconut shy.
Visitors were invited to dress up this year as cartoon characters
- and among the eye-catching costumes was Brent Knoll councillor
Bob Filmer as Brutus!