Flowers and face-painting on offer at harvest festival

PUBLISHED: 17:30 08 September 2016

Three-year-old Harry and a scarecrow.

Three-year-old Harry and a scarecrow.


Villagers in Redhill marked the start of this year’s harvest with a festival and flower show.

Claire Church with her textile work.Claire Church with her textile work.

The event took place at the village club, in Church Road, and saw people enter their best vegetables and floral displays into a range of tightly-contested categories.

The busy day also included tasty ploughman’s lunches, teas, cakes and a barbecue for anyone feeling peckish, while a knock-out boules competition was also very popular.

Children were also able to have their faces painted while adults browsed stalls in the hall.

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