Traditional celebrations fill East Budleigh streets
CHILDREN laughing, tombolas and cream teas – the hallmarks of a fun day and fair. All these were evident at the Drake s Primary School May Day parade, held on Monday.
CHILDREN laughing, tombolas and cream teas - the hallmarks of a fun day and fair.
All these were evident at the Drake's Primary School May Day parade, held on Monday.
The event started with a parade from East Budleigh to the village hall and concluded with a fair.
School teacher Sarah Davie said it was an enjoyable day.
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She added: "The children enjoyed dancing and the event acted as a fundraiser for the Parent and Teachers and Friends' Association."
Sarah said the May queen was carried through the town on a pony and trap. The queen is the oldest girl in year six at the school and was crowned by Rev Janice Cackett.
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"The day was really good - the only disappointment was a few spells of rain."
A coconut shy, tombola and splat the rat games all featured, and cream teas were on offer at the end of the day.