Flowers and face-painting on offer at harvest festival

Three-year-old Harry and a scarecrow.

Three-year-old Harry and a scarecrow. - Credit: Archant

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. - Credit: Archant

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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