Displays dogs and dance

PUBLISHED: 18:00 18 June 2012

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DANCE demonstrations, dog shows and birds of prey displays all took place at Berrow’s village fair.

The event, which was supported by Westcoast Properties in Burnham, included stalls, a barbecue, beer tent and cream teas for residents and villagers to get stuck into throughout the different activities.

The fair was held in the Millennium field, off Red Road, and a cake competition and The Waggiest Tail dog show took place as well as the opportunity for people to have their picture with a bird of prey.

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