Lots of fun in the sun at the fete

BRIGHT Face painter April Campion, 17. Picture: Malcolm Wells (122656-502)
BRIGHT Face painter April Campion, 17. Picture: Malcolm Wells (122656-502)
Len Chivers, 93, left, from Old Portsmouth and Vic Merry, 92, from Southsea 
Picture: Malcolm Wells (170825-9295)

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THE Rowans Hospice will benefit from a big summer fair.

Waterlooville councillor Ray Bastin organised the fete at Jubilee recreation ground, off Rowlands Avenue, on Saturday.

SMILES Sisters Lauren, 14, and Chloe Piper, 11, with some old-fashioned signs. (122656-539)

SMILES Sisters Lauren, 14, and Chloe Piper, 11, with some old-fashioned signs. (122656-539)

There was dancing, a marching band and a bouncy castle and lots of other activities.

Children also had the chance to take part in a mini Olympics.

Speaking at the event, Cllr Bastin, who sits on Havant Borough Council, said: ‘It’s been a lot of fun but I’m worn out now.

‘The entertainment was first class and everybody was happy and smiling. We think we’ve made about £100 for The Rowans.’