10:43AM, Tuesday 17 May 2016
Maypole, street and Morris dancing all featured at the second annual Cox Green Village Fayre on Saturday.
More than 150 people attended the event, which was held on Brill Green, to watch the entertainment, buy food and visit the stalls.
Cox Green School Jazz Band played and Wessex Primary School pupils performed a maypole dance.
Roger Wilkinson, committee member for Cox Green Village Fayre steering group said: “This is only the second fayre we’ve had, but we’re going to make it an annual event now.
“We have held things on Brill Green before including a millennium party, and for the Queen’s jubilee to make use of the green but this fair is a great community event.
“Our main charity we support is Alexander Devine, however we do invite other stall holders to come along and raise money.
“This year we have a climbing wall and a train which are all new and we always invite the schools along.”
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