23 JUN 2012

Dr Dan opens the Worlingworth and Kettleburgh summer fetes

Dr Dan opens the Kettleburgh summer feteOne of the highlights of the summer for Dan is the chance he gets to visit the many fetes that take place in our towns and villages in Suffolk. Last week, he was invited to open both the Worlingworth and Kettleburgh summer fetes. These events demonstrate the strong community ties that underpin our rural villages and towns in Suffolk, and it was a pleasure for Dan to chat to local residents as he made his way round the various activities and food stalls at both venues.

The Kettleburgh fete was held on the banks of the River Deben and featured a range of traditional games, including a grand prize draw and the annual cowpat competition. There were also lots of activities on offer for people of all ages at the Worlingworth annual summer fete, with bouncy castles, plant and cake stalls, and raffle competitions providing much entertainment. Dan would like to thank Councillor Matthew Hicks and Graham Mooney for showing him around the Worlingworth and Kettleburgh fetes, and he very much looks forward to attending bith fetes again next year.

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