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Bretforton Silver Band Supporters Club Fete

An event in August in Worcestershire
The Fleece Inn, The Cross
Bretforton
Worcestershire
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Event timing: Bank Holiday Monday
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The Bretforton Silver Band Supporters' Club usually hold their annual fundraising event on August Bank Holiday Monday.

The fete attractions include tombola, raffle and various stalls such as fruit and veg, crafts, cakes, books and bric-a-brac. There will also be a range of games, including skittles and of course the Bretforton Silver Band providing entertainment throughout the afternoon.

The Supporters' club hope people will thoroughly enjoy the afternoon and warmly invite the Vale's population to come and hear the band once more while enjoying a traditional village fete.

Telephone: 07903198930
Contact name: Laura Hunt
email: laurahunt24@hotmail.co.uk

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