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Heritage festival will celebrate life in Carbrooke

PUBLISHED: 10:28 27 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:29 27 June 2017

St Peter and St Paul Carbrooke Church of England Primary Academy has been officially opened as an Academy by the Bishop of Lynn Jonathan Meyrick - Carbrooke village sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.

St Peter and St Paul Carbrooke Church of England Primary Academy has been officially opened as an Academy by the Bishop of Lynn Jonathan Meyrick - Carbrooke village sign. Picture: Matthew Usher.

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Village life past and present will be celebrated at a weekend heritage festival.

The Life and Times of Carbrooke will explore how people lived, played, worshipped, worked and were educated in the village.

On Friday, June 30 a summer fete will be held at St Peter and St Paul School which will feature children’s games.

At 7pm a new information board will be unveiled at the church and this will be followed by a presentation on the history of the village.

On Saturday, July 1 a heritage display will be held in the church and the village hall will host craft stalls and games.

And on the Sunday the heritage displays in the church will be available to view from 11am until 4pm when their will be a Songs of Praise.

All proceeds from the event will go to the church, village hall, village pre-school and Millennium green charities.

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