Spring fair will mark May Day cel­e­bra­tions

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Neighbourhood News -

CHAR­I­TIES and groups will join to­gether to make this year’s Coates vil­lage fair the best yet.

Prepa­ra­tions for this year’s May Fair are in full swing and will be held in the North Green from 1pm to 4pm on Satur­day, May 12.

It is or­gan­ised by a small team of gov­er­nors from Coates Pri­mary School and sup­ported by busi­nesses in­clud­ing the Spar store and Eas­ton Car­a­van Stor­age.

Jenny Gam­ble, one of the or­gan­is­ers, said: “The May Fair is held so that char­i­ties and groups can come along and raise money for their causes.

“It is al­ways a great fam­ily af­ter­noon out and this year prom­ises to be the best yet.

“We were lucky with the weather last year, as although it poured down with rain in the morn­ing, come 1pm there was a break in the clouds and the sun came out. We hope that the rain keeps away again.”

As is tra­di­tional, the crown­ing of the May King and Queen will kick off events. There will also be a dog show, African danc­ing, bar­be­cue, fair­ground at­trac­tions and a car boot sale.

Any­one want­ing to book a stall should call 01733 840527.

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