Traditional summer fun at fete

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155835001
Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155835001
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The Little Common community came together for traditional fun when the Wheatsheaf pub held its annual summer fete last weekend.

Around 500 people attended and the event raised around £1.500 for local charities and good causes and the pub’s chosen children’s charity Sunny Days.

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155825001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155825001

Wheatsheaf landlady Lynn Adair said: “We were really pleased with the turn-out and it was good to keep the tradition going.

There was fun and games, including a coconut shy and tombola, barbecue and a beer tent. Music was provided by the Wacky Band.

People were able to buy local crafts and a Name the Granny competition raised funds for Bexhill Caring Community.

There were a variety of food stalls and children enjoyed taking part in a treasure hunt.

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155814001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155814001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155709001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155709001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155743001

Little Common Village Fete. Photo by Derek Canty SUS-170716-155743001