Families enjoy Bishop's Waltham church fairÂ

FAMILIES soaked up some warm sunshine while enjoying an annual fair.

Monday, 1st October 2018, 5:01 pm
Updated Monday, 1st October 2018, 6:09 pm
Picture: Duncan Shepherd

There were lots of activities for visitors to do at the St Peter's Church fair, in Bishop's Waltham.

Held every year, the traditional event had a range of stalls selling second-hand books, preserves and jams and gifts.

There was also a dog show, a ferret club and tombolas.

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Children had fun playing games, having their pictures taken in a photo booth and sliding down inflatables.

Louise Jackson took her son Daniel, aged four. She said: '˜It has been a lovely day, probably the last warm day we will see in a while.

'˜We love the fair and have been to a lot over the summer, this one has been fantastic.

'˜There is lots to browse and Daniel liked the bouncy castle.'

Grandparents Bob and Joan Fielder, from Bishop's Waltham took their grandsons Jamie and Leon.

Leon, aged seven, said: '˜I've had lots of fun. I liked the different games.'

Bob added: '˜It was nice to stroll around the church grounds and see everyone having a good time.'