11:01AM, Monday 08 July 2013
There was also crafts, face-painting, name the bear, raffle, tombola and stalls.
Visitors were also kept well-fed with barbecue food served all afternoon.
Parish administrator Sue Brett said: "The fair went very well.
"It was an incredibly hot day which was a bit of a surprise.
"We had a good turn out which was quite amazing because we are out of the way."
Proceeds raised go towards the church.
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