Thousands enjoy live music and international food at Tydd St Mary fiesta
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Around 1,500 people enjoyed a food and music fiesta in Tydd St Mary at the weekend.
The Five Bells hosted a dozen live bands and countless food stalls on Friday afternoon as part of the event.
Organised by Rainbow Festivals, there was plenty for children and adults alike to be entertained by.
Organiser Naomi Eztak said: “It was a great day and the weather was on our side.
“There were lots of pink faces by the end of it though,” she joked.
Among the live music on display was King Don Steel Drums, Jessie’s Ghost, Glam Slam Glitz, Chest Of Pogs and Latino Sound Band – “they all gave fabulous performances,” said Naomi.
“We also had lots of lovely food from all over the world and loads of local crafters.”
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The Boxer Rescue’s charity stall raised over £100, as did the Hedgehog Rescue stall.
Rainbow Festivals expect to make a donation of around £100 to Gedney Live from the day’s profits.