Heritage festival will celebrate life in Carbrooke
- Credit: Matthew Usher
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.
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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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