Cricket and competitions in village

PUBLISHED: 17:00 25 July 2016

Alicia and James Sewell at the village's sport weekend. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Alicia and James Sewell at the village's sport weekend. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Jeremy Long \ JCL Photography

The village of Kingston Seymour was transformed into an athlete’s paradise when the community’s annual sports weekend took place.

The popular event took place from July 16-17 in Back Lane.

Things got underway with the judging of the village fancy dress competition, at 2.30pm on the Saturday, before villagers tried their hands at a range of different sports and races and took part in the Garden On A Plate competition.

This year’s evening social event, called Hay Fever, took place on the Saturday night and featured music from The Penguin Collective.

The weekend ended with a cricket match on the Sunday.


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