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Owzat for a first-class village fete?

Where: Dumbleton Cricket Club, Dairy Lane, Dumbleton, Glos

When: Bank Holiday Monday, August 26, 2pm-5pm

Dumbleton's hugely popular annual fete will take place once again on August Bank Holiday Monday at Dumbleton Cricket Club.

Set in a glorious location, the fete has been running for many years and provides a fun-packed afternoon of family entertainment.

Many of the usual attractions will be back again his year, including a gun dog display, zorbing, a 25ft climbing wall and archery.

For the first time at the fete there will be morris dancing with a visit from the Pebworth Morris Men.

There will also be a magic show, face painting, bouncy castle, craft stalls, pig roast, and BBQ, along with cream teas and a licensed bar.

If that's not enough, visitors can try their hand at egg throwing, skittles, cricket bowling challenge, beat the goalie, and the coconut shy. You can even guess the weight of the sheep!

Stalls include bric-a-brac, bottle stall, cake stall, produce stall, tombola and book stall.

Entry and parking are free and there's good disabled access. With the weather forecast promising, it should be a great entertainment for all ages.

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