Exmouth fete in aid of Littleham projects

LITTLEHAM is celebrating a successful summer fete which has raised cash for a number of forthcoming community projects.

LITTLEHAM is celebrating a successful summer fete which has raised cash for a number of forthcoming community projects.

The event, held on the village green, in Westdowne Lane, was hit by rain but the weather failed to dampen the spirits of visitors.

The Exmouth Shanty Men, a display of dog obedience, stationary steam engines, the Accordionettes, birds of prey, classic cars and a vintage fire engine were among the host of activities and entertainments which entertained the crowds.

The event was organised by Littleham's Associations, Residents and Friends (LARF).


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Spokeswoman Sue Saunders, who organised the event, said: "This year has been another successful community event, which also proved popular with visitors who came to enjoy all the traditions of a typical summer fete.

"I would like to extend our thanks to everyone who supported the event.

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"The money raised will go towards further community events throughout the coming year."

* The next LARF community event is a quiz night followed by a buffet at the Clinton Arms on Friday November 27, where teams of four or more will have the opportunity to battle it out.

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