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Traditional summer fete to be held in Seaton

The small village of Seaton will be holding its annual summer fete this Saturday at The Old Rectory Gardens, courtesy of the Machin family.

The event, which will be officially opened by The High Sheriff of Rutland, Andrew Brown at 2pm, will include an afternoon full of entertainment for all of the family to enjoy.

Events include a fun dog show, a display of classic cars, Tudor dancing with the Rutland Renaissance Dancers, along with a number of stalls and crafts.

There will also be plenty of refreshments on hand including tea and cakes, ice creams, popcorn and home-made lemonade.

On the day there will also be a celebratory peal of church bells from Seaton Church.

All of the funds raised from the fete will be split between Seaton church and Seaton and Thorpe by Water Village Hall.

The fete will finish at around 4.30pm.


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