Hundreds of people visited Studham’s May Fair on Saturday, raising thousands for the upkeep of St Mary’s Church.
The May Queen, Cara Field, declared the fair open at 2pm at The Common, followed by maypole dancing by the children of Studham School.
Visitors enjoyed a fun dog show, stalls, a raffle with a £100 first prize, sideshows and a Pimms stall.
The annual event was organised by the Friends of Studham Church, a support group for the church, who were pleased that the rain held off until later in the day.
The event was free to attend with proceeds going to the upkeep of St Mary’s Church building and surrounds.
A spokesman said: “The May Fair went really well, hundreds of people attended.
“We raised just over £6,000, which is a fantastic amount.
“Despite the overcast weather we still had a great turn out.
“Everyone really enjoyed the afternoon, in particular, the fun dog show and maypole dancing.
“The May Queen was joined by her attendants, Ella Mutsaers and Chloe Sweetman, the Queen declared the Fair open.
“The event was sponsored by Field & Country and we would like to thank everyone that contributed to the May Fair.”
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