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Mid-Norfolk garden fete to offer fun and games for families and dog lovers

PUBLISHED: 06:00 14 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:23 14 April 2018

View from North Elmham church tower. Picture: CHARLOTTE FRIOR

View from North Elmham church tower. Picture: CHARLOTTE FRIOR

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Music, fancy dress, and a fun dog show are just some of the highlights from a mid-Norfolk fete.

This year’s North Elmham Garden Fete will take place on Sunday May 20.

Visitors will be treated to music from Scotch and Soda throughout the afternoon.

Other events include a royal fancy dress competition, a performance by pupils from Elmham school, a demonstration of Norfolk police detection dogs, and a fun dog show sponsored by GJL Animal Feeds. The dog show is £1.50 per class.

There will also be a raffle, Pimm’s and beer tent, hot and cold food stalls, tombola, pony rides, a bouncy castle, bric-a-brac, tractors, a woodland walk, games and competitions, plant stalls, and arts and craft stalls.

The fete will take place between noon and 4.30pm at Elmham House.

Proceeds from the event will go towards St Mary’s Church and Elmham community projects.

For more information contact 01362 668232.

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