FENLAND: Make a date in your diary for the Wisbech St Mary Village and Country Fayre

PUBLISHED: 14:45 04 June 2009 | UPDATED: 09:05 02 June 2010

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WISBECH St Mary Village and Country Fayre promises to be bigger and better than ever with organisers expecting more than 6,000 visitors. A fun-packed programme has been arranged for the event on Sunday June 28 and new for this year is a free park and ride

WISBECH St Mary Village and Country Fayre promises to be bigger and better than ever with organisers expecting more than 6,000 visitors.

A fun-packed programme has been arranged for the event on Sunday June 28 and new for this year is a free park and ride bus which will operate from Wisbech via Leverington and Gorefield.

The show is being staged on Wisbech St Mary Sports Field and starts at 10am finishing at about 6pm.entry is £1 for children and £3 for adults. Funds raised will go towards the Wisbech St Mary Sports and Community Centre Charity for the improvement of local amenities.

Attractions will include BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Johnny Dee as presenter with some special comedy and impersonations.

There will be two different sessions of the country's leading interactive falconry show 'Ye Olde Redtail Falconry Display, space hopper races with prizes, dog displays, two different displays from the current world record breaking holder and TV star for BMX and motorcycle stunts, aerobatic displays, model aircraft, live music, craft stalls, and trade stands.

There will be a laser clay pigeon shoot, animals and reptiles, children's activities and amusements, a hog roast, general food stalls and a licensed bar.

For general enquiries Tel 01945 410610, for classic vehicle entries Tel 01945 410554, for dog show Tel 01945 871479 and for trade stands and entertainment Tel 01945 410473.


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