Fun and Games on our Recreation Ground
The early afternoon crowd
Rousing tunes from the Stowmarket Youth Brass ...
... and an enthusiastic audience
Do you remember these when they were new?
... or some of these perhaps?
Peggy and Tony find an apt title among their 2nd hand books
We should have been dancing to these folk ...
... but we weren't!
One way to solve the puzzle
Plants for your garden
These you'll find while walking, if you recognise them
150 shots, I am told - and a different outfit every time
Half the shots were on target
So Jamie was very wet by the end of the day
One of three birds of prey for children and adults alike to enjoy
This youngster was a budding predator though. Good Splat!
Lots of kids let off steam here. Jen enjoys a quick cup of coffee and a chat with Greg before the rush starts
Swiss Farm burgers went down well
Barbara beautifying herself before her miracle-working appearance
A moment's contemplation for these two princesses in the making
Barbara and Ian handling their drink well
... and here's a winner!
... this looked quite satisfying too
Bandsmen taking a well earned breather on the Multicourt
Golden Circle's Tombola made steady progress during the day
Cakes in the Village Show
More cakes - sorry! "scones".
And Karl Wilkinson - a worthy winner of Best in Show
Roses and Sweet Peas vying for First Prize
Voting in progress for the Best Child's Garden
70 years of History of the Hall attracted plenty of attention
A selection of the masks available from Marquerade. Jamie borrowed most of their costumes, we think
West Suffolk Woodturners Club meet in our Hall on the third Tuesday each month
The detail in some of their creations is just amazing
Margaret excelled herself with this year's incredible raffle.
A BIG Thank You to all the contributors
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