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Holbeach Town and Country Fayre celebrates its 25th anniversary this June




Returning for its 25th year, the annual Holbeach Town and Country Fayre will be held on Saturday, June 15 and Sunday June 16, writes Abi Campbell.

It will include hundreds of vintage tractors, cars, motorcycles and caravans. You won’t run out of things to do with karate demonstrations and a live dog dancing team.

Enjoying the fun at last year's Holbeach Town and Country Fayre. (2575792)
Enjoying the fun at last year's Holbeach Town and Country Fayre. (2575792)

Adding to the 25th celebrations will be the ‘Village Green’, a homely feeling family entertainment area. This will operate on both days.

Both the ‘Animal Zone’, featuring owls, rabbits and sheep, and the ‘Tractor Road Run’, that will follow a scenic route around Lincolnshire’s fields, will be returning.

A ‘Fun Zone’, consisting of Hook-a-duck, bouncy castles and slides, mini waltzers, ‘score under 21’ and obstacle courses, is sure to keep the little ones happy.

Steve Kent at last year's Holbeach Town and Country Fayre with his 1896 Savage showman's engine. (2575795)
Steve Kent at last year's Holbeach Town and Country Fayre with his 1896 Savage showman's engine. (2575795)

Variety in the food court has increased to suit all tastes, serving Cornish pasties, cakes and fish and chips.

Wood turning, flowers and cakes will be found inside the craft tent.

A mixed selection of trade stands will be selling agricultural tools and machinery, pet feed, cars, models, sculptures and fresh food.

Tickets cost £7 for adults, £5 for 12-16 year olds, and children under 12 go free.

The fayre will run from 10am until 4pm on both days and will be held at Kings Field in Holbeach.

For more information, visit the website www.holbeachtownandcountryfayre.co.uk

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