IN PICTURES: Congresbury hosts summer fete

PUBLISHED: 16:00 06 July 2017

Liz English with her prize winning floral display.

Liz English with her prize winning floral display.


A North Somerset village held its annual summer fete this week, with hundreds of residents turning out enjoying a day full of things to do.

Congresbury Village fete and flower show.Congresbury Village fete and flower show.

Congresbury village fete was held at St Andrew’s Church Paddock on Saturday as guests basked in the sunshine and took part in a range of activities.

The paddock was packed with people enjoying the party atmosphere.

Thomas Brumby with his prize winning cakes.Thomas Brumby with his prize winning cakes.

Congresbury Art Group hosted an exhibition at the fete, showcasing some of its members’ masterpieces, while Mendip Morgan Sports Car Club showed off some of its pristine classic cars.

Many villagers entered art and gardening competitions at the fair, with Liz English and John Chaplin claiming prizes in the floral display category while youngster Yuki Collard’s drawing of a butterfly saw her win first prize.

Yuki Collard with her prize winning butterfly picture.Yuki Collard with her prize winning butterfly picture.

Young Cecilia Brumby also claimed victory when she was awarded best exhibit in the children’s classes for her fruit and vegetable animal.

Cecilia Brumby with her 'fruit and vegetable' animal, which won best exhibit in the children's classes.Cecilia Brumby with her 'fruit and vegetable' animal, which won best exhibit in the children's classes.

John Chaplin with his prize winning flowers.John Chaplin with his prize winning flowers.

Congresbury Art Group display.Congresbury Art Group display.

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