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Singing and snacks as village hosts annual Dickensian fair

PUBLISHED: 20:00 21 December 2015

Wrington Scouts.

Wrington Scouts.


VILLAGERS in Wrington were not left disappointed when they turned out to enjoy a Dickensian fair.

Singing group Amplify. Singing group Amplify.

The fair was held near the Plough Inn, in High Street.

Children enjoyed readings from Father Christmas himself and many youngsters, including those involved with Wrington Drama Club, performed on the night.

The village’s scout group also sold a range of cookies and baked treats throughout the evening, which was widely attended despite being held in bad weather.

Singing group Amplify also provided entertainment, while the village’s businesses sold a range of goods to visitors.

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