Lemsford Fete 2015 takes place on May Bank Holiday Monday
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One of Welwyn Hatfield’s biggest annual events will be held on May Bank Holiday Monday, with organisers hoping for a bumper crowd.
The Lemsford Fete will be held at St John’s School and Church on Monday, May 4.
Attractions include a traditional tug-of-war, which Welwyn Rugby Club won last year.
There will also be Maypole dancing, a coconut shy, a tea-cup ride, live music and a Pimm’s tent.
A train will also be riding around the fete.
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And a team from the Welwyn Hatfield Times will be there as well.
Headteacher Mandy Evans said: “This is a wonderful village school and church event that brings our whole community together and is enjoyed each year by people far and wide in Hertfordshire.
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“We hope that our many existing fete friends will come again to see what’s new.
“And we welcome and encourage first time visitors to come and experience a real traditional village fete.”
Entry costs £1.50 for adults and £1 for seniors.
Children below the age of 16 can go for free.
The fete will run between noon and 4pm.