Gallery: Countryside fayre enchants thousands of visitors

THOUSANDS turned out at the annual Crow’s Hall Country Fayre to enjoy the attractions in the sunshine.

Craft stalls, live music, tea and cake stands, maypole and country dancing, games, races and a farriers’ display enchanted around 2,000 visitors at the beautiful venue in Debenham on Sunday.

Organiser Caroline Spurrier said the day had been “superb”. She said crowds of people enjoyed the lovely weather and attractions on display.

The day was held in aid of the seven churches in the Debenham and Helmingham Benefice and St John Ambulance. There were lace-making displays, basket makers, pottery painting and hat decorating as well as exhibitions.

Crowds were wowed by a Suffolk Punch display and Punch and Judy show, and a parade of Stour Valley Beagles. Organiser Fiona Reid said: “A big thank-you is due to all those involved in making the day such a success.”


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