01:58PM, Monday 20 June 2016
Generations joined together for a Father's Day special at the Pinkneys Green Scout Group’s summer fair on Sunday.
Dads and their families could enjoy a go on the bouncy castle slide or enjoy cuisines from across the globe at the food festival.
There was also a Nerf gun shoot-out and coconut shy at the event, which was held on the green opposite the Waggon and Horses pub.
Entertainment was provided by the fair’s famous dog show, which took place at 3pm.
Dog owners who looked like their pooches were paraded around the green during the fun show.
Scout leader, Simon Wheeler, said the event was ‘well attended’ and ‘well supported’ by the community.
He added: “It was a real traditional summer fair and it is a great family event. We had plenty of scouts bringing their dads along who also brought their dads along as well so we also had lots of grandfathers.
“It was very busy and it was great to see all the children having fun playing games.”
Money raised from the event goes towards the scout group and helps keep the club and its club house in Winter Hill Road running for another year.
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