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Club Day 2006

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CLUB DAY
 &
CHURCH FETE

29 May 2006


The parade led by  (left-right): Martin West (secretary), Sue Reece (chairman) and Peter Bright (treasurer),


For the second year running, the Church Fete took place during the afternoon, adding significantly to the number of attractions on the playing field, which incuded a range of well stocked Church Fete stalls, a display of vintage cars, bungee run, skittles, hoop-la, coconut shy, tombola, zippy dipper, bouncy castle, egg throwing competition, tea tent and a licensed bar run by Neil Burrows.

POSTER COMPETITION RESULTS
As usual, Club Day was advertised in advance by posters produced by the children of the village school in the annual competition for the Molly Tyley Shield, won this year by Grace Murray. Prizes in the different classes went to:

Holly Class:
1st Niamh Kennedy, 2nd Madeline White, 3rd Peter Mooney.
Lime Class:
1st Grace Murray, 2nd Harry Seward, 3rd= Isobel Mulready & Sam Harris.
Oak Class:
   1st Darcey Thompson, 2nd Emily Owen, 3rd= Imogen Mulready & Olivia Powell.

ASSEMBLY, FANCY DRESS & PARADE (Click here for Fancy Dress picture page)


 



The sun shone as club members and fancy dress entrants assembled at the Old Vicarage. Rain started just as the parade through the village was moving off,  led by the Wells City Band, but had cleared up by the time everyone arrive at the Westbury Inn, where the fancy dress prizes were awarded by Mr and Mrs Ken Banwell - click here for results.

CLICK HERE FOR  FANCY DRESS PICTURES

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 Hilary Daniel.

CLUB DAY LUNCH
Nearly 100 diners enjoyed another excellent lunch, prepared and served by Jo Bush and her team from Mendip Buffets (tel: 01934 732269). The after-lunch speech was a very entertaining double act from Claire Rice and Claire Blackmore (left) from the village school, whose stories about children past and present were very well received by everyone present.

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