All the fun of the fete at Wecock

GAMES Sisters Fleur Lemagnen, six, and Elize Lemagnen, seven, from Wecock try to hook a duck.     Picture: Allan Hutchings (112122-889)
GAMES Sisters Fleur Lemagnen, six, and Elize Lemagnen, seven, from Wecock try to hook a duck. Picture: Allan Hutchings (112122-889)
Alex Wardle, from Lee-on-the-Solent, collapsed at home and tragically died in March 2016, aged 23. 

From left: Alex's father, Stephen Wardle, sister Gemma Wardle, Alex Wardle and his mother, Denise Wardle.

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A GIANT game of tug of war was all part of the fun at an estate’s summer fete.

Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the sun and fun at Wecock Summer Fete, held in the area’s recreation ground, in Kite Close, on Saturday.

The deputy mayor and mayoress of Havant, Councillors Gerald and Elaine Shimbart, were guests of honour at the event and enjoyed the display by Solent Dog Display Team as well as the Shooting Stars Cheerleaders display.

The event was organised by the volunteers and staff at the Acorn Centre.

One of the groups that is based at the centre is Tayiho Jujitsu.

The team put on a martial arts performance for the excited crowds.

There were dozens of stalls selling bric-a-brac, cakes and giving out information from local organisations.

Katie Hyett was the announcer on the day.

She said: ‘It was brilliant. There were loads of people down here enjoying themselves.

‘We were really happy that we had lots of sunshine all day. The tug of war was really good fun.’