SID Valley Rotary Club set for Summer Fayre
SID Valley Rotary Club is keeping its fingers crossed for good weather on Saturday (July 28) for its annual Summer Fayre in aid of charities.
This year’s fun, in Blackmore Gardens from 10am to 3pm, will be bigger and better than ever - with activities for all the family – say organisers.
Many local arts and craft people and food producers will have stalls providing quality products.
There will be hot food, tea, home-made cakes, beer and Pimms.
And to work these off, competitive activities like a coconut shy, football and skittles will be on offer.
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For younger children, there will be a children’s entertainer and activities such as face painting.
Visitors can meet the llamas once again after the animals proved a hit last year.
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The Sid Valley Rotary Club is raising money for the Force Cancer Charity and other causes in the Sid Valley.
New club president, Alec Dunn, said: “We’re very grateful to the businesses in Sidmouth that have supported this event with donations and sponsorship. With the usual generous support of Sidmouth residents, we hope to raise even more than last year to support Force and the other local charities.”