Live music and classic cars at Rowberrow fete

PUBLISHED: 10:00 15 June 2017

Jeanette Harrison with her 2.5ltr 1949 Riley Roadster and daughter Louise Young and grandaughters Rebakka 15 and Isabel 8 Young
ROWBERROW  village fete, 
Contact is Paul Chedgy. GE for AM.
20,06,2015

Jeanette Harrison with her 2.5ltr 1949 Riley Roadster and daughter Louise Young and grandaughters Rebakka 15 and Isabel 8 Young ROWBERROW village fete, Contact is Paul Chedgy. GE for AM. 20,06,2015

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A classic car show, children’s sports and live music are just some of the activities on offer at Rowberrow fete on Saturday.

The fete is being held at The Manor House, next to Rowberrow Church, from 2.15pm.

There will be a classic car display, exhibitions of art and history from the village, sports and games for children, skittles and live music from Jerry Blythe And The Floorshiners.

Cream teas, ice creams and cakes will be tempting visitors and there will also be a wide range of stalls selling items including preserves, produce, plants and books.

People will be given the chance to win a host of top prizes in the grand draw including a Champagne balloon flight, a week in a Cornish cottage, £200 cash, a dinner for two at The Swan in Rowberrow, tea for two at The Wolseley in London and a free MOT from Ian Studley Motors.


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