Posted on 04 May, 2017Comments (0)
Bentworth Village Fete Saturday 1st July 2017
Planning for the 2017 Bentworth Fete is well under way and thank you to those who have already offered to help run stalls and activities. If there is anyone else who is happy to assist in running a stall then please do contact me on 561227.
Money raised from the Fete is disbursed to local charities and good causes. If anyone knows a charity or good cause which would benefit from our assistance please do contact me or any of the fete committee so that we can consider making a donation.
It would be great to get an increase in the number of entries to the competitions being held during the village Fete this year. We hope that there is something that most people can enter. Entries are £1 per class and need to be delivered to the competition tent before 3pm on the day of the fete.
We are delighted that Catherine Grassi and Debbie Spencer-Jones, local stars of My Kitchen Rules UK, have kindly agreed to be our judges.
The classes this year are:
Your Favourite Cake
We are looking for you to make any cake be it a Victoria sponge, fruit cake, cup cake, Swiss roll, so long as it is your favourite. This can be any size and shape.
Home made Jam and Chutney
So long as it is home made, then any flavour and combination of jam and chutney is accepted.
This could be dangerous for the judges….. Alcoholic and non alcoholic home brew accepted in this class. Entries need not have been made this year, but we are looking for anything you have created at home. This could be beer, cider, sloe gin, elderflower cordial , lemonade etc
Small flower arrangement
As the name suggests, any small flower arrangement will be accepted.
The competitions are a bit of fun and we hope that you will be able to spare a few minutes to create something fantastic for entry into one or more of the classes.
We look forward to seeing you all on day. Don’t forget to bring your dog to enter into the Dog Show and Dog Races.
[Please note that this message is not posted on behalf of Bentworth Parish Council and does not necessarily reflect the Parish Council’s policy]