Sun shines on Culross fete
Published 29 Jul 2011 09:11 0 Comments
SUNSHINE and music made for a happy mix with even stall-holders getting up for a dance at Culross' summer fete and farmers market.
Taking place on the village green, the event was opened by Dunfermline MSP Bill Walker and he "encouraged everyone to enjoy the day and spend, spend, spend".
His advice obviously paid off and Culross and Torryburn Church will be almost £4000 better off after Saturday's efforts.
Robert Nelson's horse and cart rides through the village proved a big hit with adults and kids while Morris Comerie delighted the crowds with his renditions of 'Scotland the Brave' and 'Highland Cathedral'.
Radio West Fife played a wide selection of music while ice-creams, hand-made crisps and the hog roast lunches were especially popular, although many fete-goers needed a nice cuppa after all the excitlement.
The raffle drew £431 with Barry Batchelor of Knowehead Products winning the Laphroaig whisky and the organisers thanked everyone who had helped make the event such a success.
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