Fun for the family at Elm village fete

PUBLISHED: 09:37 18 June 2014 | UPDATED: 09:37 18 June 2014

Elm Village Fete.

Elm Village Fete.

Copyright: Barry Giddings

A village fete raised more than £2000 for good causes when people turned out in force to enjoy the Elm annual event.

Elm Village Fete. Left: Abbie Puddy, Charlotte Drew. Elm Village Fete. Left: Abbie Puddy, Charlotte Drew.

Held at Elm County Primary School, the community supported the event with enthusiasm to help bring in money for the school and church funds.

Residents worked hard to hold a family fun day with something for all ages with attractions ranging from dancers, a range of craft and games stalls, cakes, home made preserves, the Hospital Radio crew from King’s Lynn, tractors and fire engine on display.

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