CLUB DAY COMBINES
WITH CHURCH FETE
Glorious weather made for
another successful Club Day. For the first time, the Church Fete
took place during the afternoon, adding significantly to the number
of attractions. Also new this year was a fine array of vintage cars
and an egg throwing competition that had very messy consequences for
the less successful competitors.
attractions included the zippy dipper, a bungee run, bouncy castle
and bingo. The football, tug-o-war and children's sports were, as
usual, much enjoyed by competitors and spectators alike.
year's Brian Cattell cup winner was Max Murrell.
DRESS & PARADE
(Click here for Fancy Dress picture
(10), as a wartime evacuee won the Fancy Dress Cup.
Roll call at the Westbury
Club members and about 30 fancy dress
entrants assembled at the Old Vicarage. The parade through the
village was led by the Wells City Band, and Fancy Dress prizes
were awarded at the Westbury Inn by Mr and Mrs Bob Sparks. The pirates then handed out sweets and free vouchers for
sideshows during the afternoon to all entrants.
After the roll call
of members at the Westbury Inn,
the parade continued to St Lawrence Church, where the traditional
Club Day service was presided over by lay reader Richard Brown.
HERE FOR MORE FANCY DRESS PICTURES
Friar Tuck and Robin Hood, disguised as John Barkle and Malcolm
Mogford at the ready to hand out sweets to Fancy Dress contestants.