Church fete raises £600

PUBLISHED: 18:00 22 July 2015

Liza Harrex with the handmade patchwork quilt for raffle at the Holy Trinity Church fete in Cleeve, made by Linda Rideout. Photo by Jeremy Long.

Liza Harrex with the handmade patchwork quilt for raffle at the Holy Trinity Church fete in Cleeve, made by Linda Rideout. Photo by Jeremy Long.

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FUN was had by all at a church fete in Cleeve.

The Holy Trinity Church, in Main Road, hosted the annual event to raise money to go towards redecorating the church room.

Some of the activities on offer for guests to enjoy included a bric a brac stall, tombola and children’s games, while refreshments such as cream tea and cake were also available.

Church warden Gill Roe said: “At the moment, it is looking like the day has raised around £600.

“It was a very good day with a real community feel to it – it was very enjoyable.”

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