2017 Stalls

Stall Description
Tea tent  Tea, Coffee cakes and sweets and soft drinks are all available in our popular tea tent
BBQ  Burgers, Sausages, bacon and vegetarian options are all ready as hot food throughout the Fete
Beer tent  Ale, Ciders, Larger and Pimms are on tap at the Bar
Cakes  The whole village contributes in making wonderful cakes some of which you can purchase at the cake stall
Ice Creams  The Bransbury Ice cream stall provides a mouth-watering selection of the best ice creams all with their own special toppings
Tombola  Always a popular stall the tombola is well supplied with bottles and cans by Barton Stacey residents – Always a good chance of winning a bottle
Whisky Draw  A chance to win a bottle of Spirit (alternative to Whisky  available if that is not to your taste)
Tots play area Soft play, Tattoo’s, Soft Drinks.   Games and toys for the younger visitors
Plants  Local plants that you know will cope with the chalk that we all live on,
Coconuts  All the fun of the fair – come and have a go and try to win your tea
Plate Smashing  Toilets, Dishes, Plates, Cups and even old ornaments for you to have a go at smashing – great fun and lots of noise
Bouncy Castle  The fete would not be the Fete without our bouncy castle as usual our thanks to Pied services
Produce  Honey, Lavender, Fruit and Veg, Jam and anything home made or grown adorns the produce stall definitely a stall to visit early
Bric a Brac  No need to go to a car boot out bric a brac stall always has a huge selection of items you’ve always wanted
Grand Draw  Our Grand and Fete draws always attract huge crowds,  with a prize value of well over £1000 there is always something interesting to win
Games  Selected traditional Fete games fun for all the family
Skittles  Competitions of skill have always been a feature of the fete – the skittle competition continues this history
Cash Cards  Five Cards, you know the first one. Can you guess if the rest are higher or lower. Double your money if you can.
 Teddy Tombola Pick a winning ticket and win a Teddy

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