Chardstock set for its street fayre

Scenes from Last year’s Chardstock Street Fayre. Picture: Graham Vyse

Scenes from Last year’s Chardstock Street Fayre. Picture: Graham Vyse - Credit: Archant

Chardstock is gearing up for its 20th street fayre – hoping to add significantly to the £58,000 it has already raised for worthy causes.

Scenes from Last year’s Chardstock Street Fayre. Picture: Graham Vyse

Scenes from Last year’s Chardstock Street Fayre. Picture: Graham Vyse - Credit: Archant

This year's event takes place on Saturday, September 7, starting at 11am.

Organisers are promising a 'fabulous' programme of live music throughout the day and into the night by All Saints Off Beats, The Jurassix, Emily Miller, Jessica Claire, Jack Humphries, Miggi, Road House, Mydep and The Liberty Sisters.

There will also be a performance by Chardstock's Jack Ward Magic.

Spaces for more than 60 stalls have already been booked and Chardstock Vintage Tractor and Machinery Club will be holding an auto jumble and car boot sale, in addition to displays and demonstrations.


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There will be a display of classic cars, competition cars, motorbikes and tractors.

There is a family fun dog show at noon and there will be displays by Chard Majorettes and the village's very own 'Morris Troupe' - the Chancers and Prancers.

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Confirmed events and activities include Garwynn's Reptiles and Bugs, Peak Hill Llamas, Punch and Judy, the hugely popular paper plane flying competition, a chance to have-a-go at bell-ringing and various activities in St Andrews' Church.

There will be a Street Fayre barbecue and Hog Roast, fish and chips, burgers, hot dogs, vegetarian options, cream teas, donuts and more.

Already, this year the street fayre team has raised more than £1,500 to support local good causes. The main beneficiaries will include Chardstock Community Hall Trust, Little Acorns@St Andrews and Devon Air Ambulance.

For further details of all events visit www.chardstockstreetfayre.co.uk

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