Family fun at community day

PUBLISHED: 11:00 07 June 2015

Mead Vale Church plant stall with Derek Croft, Elizabeth Bateman and Michael Bateman.

Mead Vale Church plant stall with Derek Croft, Elizabeth Bateman and Michael Bateman.

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THE sun shone on people in Mead Vale on Saturday when they were out in force at The Nightjar pub’s community day.

Lynn Lovell and Sarah Brown from the Royal British Legion.Lynn Lovell and Sarah Brown from the Royal British Legion.

The event gave local charities the chance to showcase their work and community groups the opportunity to sell goods and meet new members.

Nightjar landlady Di Bradley said: “We’ve always been very lucky with the weather for our events.

“Many of our local groups and organisations had stalls to promote themselves and they all seemed to do very well.

“There was a great turnout. We will be doing it again next year and hopefully it will be even bigger and better.”

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