CHATTERIS: Thanks to all the helpers

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 July 2008 | UPDATED: 08:33 02 June 2010

ON behalf of the organisers of the first Chatteris Medieval Festival – Chatteris Town Council and Fenland District Council – I would be grateful if you would allow us, to thank the volunteers and organisations who helped make it such a success. We would l

ON behalf of the organisers of the first Chatteris Medieval Festival - Chatteris Town Council and Fenland District Council - I would be grateful if you would allow us, to thank the volunteers and organisations who helped make it such a success.

We would like to thank all the volunteers who gave their time and energy to organise and steward the event.

And the following organisations for putting on additional attractions: Fenland Visual Arts Collective; Chatteris Museum; Chatteris Community Archive; The Old Bakery Tearooms; Chatteris Morning Women's Institute; Chatteris Churches Together;

Chatteris Rotary Club; The police; Wayne Gearie for the security guards; Macro Art; Travis Perkins for the security fencing; Anglian Water for the standpipe; Wing Transport for the trailer; Richard Angood for the straw bales

Volunteer first aiders; Mr Rob Morris for the photographs; Mr Bob Shaw and workmates for litter collection; and last but not least the re-enactors.

If I missed anyone please accept my apologies.

CLLR SUE ELAM

Chatteris Mayor

Council Chambers

Church Lane

Chatteris


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