In pictures: Blackford Harvest Home 2018

PUBLISHED: 13:00 01 August 2018

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

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Hundreds flocked to Blackford to attend the village’s harvest home on Saturday evening.

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

Visitors had an enjoyable time at the event and ate a meal consisting of produce grown in the village.

Baroness Dido Harding of Winscombe gave a speech to open the harvest celebrations.

The annual event was in addition attended by Wells Liberal Democrat politician, Tessa Munt and Conservative MP for Weston, John Penrose.

People also had the chance to take part in a disco after the meal.

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

Event organiser, Steve Bloomer, said: “The evening went extremely well.

“We served meats, salads, home-made puddings, cheese, biscuits and wine during the course of the gathering.

“We would like to say a special thank you to Blackford’s organisation committee and to the community as a whole for their continued support each year.”

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

People gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. 	Picture: Mark AthertonPeople gathered at Blackfords Harvest Home on Saturday. Picture: Mark Atherton

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