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Sutton Poyntz Victorian Street Fayre 2018

Sutton Poyntz Victorian Street Fayre 2018

(Updated 12:23pm 11th June 2018)


12:16pm 11th June 2018

The Sutton Poyntz Victorian Street Fayre returns for 2018 and promises to be the biggest and best yet.

With everything from two live music stages, crafts, ferret racing and a myriad of other stalls and attractions all set in the picturesque village of Sutton Poyntz, there is something for everyone!

Organiser David Langridge popped into the studio to tell Carl all about this years event.

In addition to the general festivities, for live music lovers, the main stage has performances from Grand Reunion, Nathan Jon, Neil Coad, Psychedelic Fridge Project, Toxic Fish, Andy Grant Trio and Charlies Hodds.

The Wessex stage will host Ukes, Dorset For Singing, No Mean Feet & The Shoestring Band, Belly Dancers, Comedy Callam and lots more.

Kids are well catered for with Ferret Racing, Punch & Judy, Big Red Fun Bus, Vintage Swing Boats, Bouncy Castle, Face Painting, Chidlren's Toy Stall, Roundabout Rides and Birds of Prey.

It takes place on Sunday 24th June 2018 and to find our more visit:

https://www.facebook.com/SuttonPoyntzVictorianStreetFayre/

 



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