Cefn Village 2017 Summer Fete Extravaganza

Saturday 24th June 2017

With a special appearance of Edde Stobart Truck Volvo FH - H025 - "Stella Jessie",

Following the success of last years Fete, this years is planned to be much BIGGER & BETTER including being an all day event going right into late evening.

More details will follow as attractions are booked, but these will include:-

The usual attractions of the Fete from 1pm till 4pm with a large variety of stalls and side shows for everyones entertainment including :-

  •  An opportunity to take a seat behind the wheel of one of Eddie Stobart's newest Trucks "Stella Jessie" and an opportunity for a ride in her too
  • The Beulah Brass Band will provide music for the afternoon.
  • Field Rides for Children on a Tractor & Trailer.
  • An opportunity to visit Cefn Caves which are normally closed to the public.
  • A rare opportunity to take a walk round the gardens of Plas yn Cefn, the home of  Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn Bt.
  • A display of Vintage Cars.
  • Vintage Tractors with the capability to compare these with one of the massive modern Tractors.

 Refreshments will be available all day...... 

In the evening there will be a Hog Roast with Live Music and of course the Pop Up Bar will be open from about 4pm till late :-)

 Just Confirmed - The Fantastic Soft Soul/Jazz Trio Take 3 will be the entertainment for the Evening playing a fantastic mix of music for all tastes.

 All in All, it's going to be a FANTASTIC day, so come along and join in the festivities. There was a large crowd last year and everyone agreed that it was a wonderful event "just like Fete's used to be", and with more on offer this year it is a day to look forward to and not to be missed.

Tickets for the Hog Roast in the evening are £10 and selling fast, please contact Claire or Karin to get yours before it's too late!

Proceed wil be shared between St Mary's and Sinnan Churches as well as two Chariries, St Kentgern's Hospice and Kanzi Kibera friends.

Please come along and support these very worthwhile causes.

To find out more please visit: neuaddowen.org.uk/news.asp?id=45