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Rodborough Fete returns

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Rodborough Fete returns to Rodborough Community Hall and playing field on Butterow West, Sunday 12pm-4pm. 

The fete is being organised by Rodborough Parish Council in collaboration with Rodborough Sunday Social and promises lots of fun for all the family with a fun dog show, a produce show organised by Rodborough’s new WI, a bouncy castle, community stalls and entertainment. 

A wide range of community organisations will be represented, with stalls from Rodborough Rainbows, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, Friends of Rodborough School, Rodborough Glebe Allotments Association, Rodborough Youth, Stroud Sea Cadets, Friends of Gastrells School and Kingscourt Community Growing Scheme, as well as a local history display and quiz from Remembering Rodborough. 

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The fete will also have its own food, drink and live music village, with street food from M.A.M.A’s. Family Food and Lhamos Momo’s, live music from Rodborough Folk Orchestra and other local performers alongside a bar from the Prince Albert. Rodborough Playgroup will also be running a tea and cake stall up at the community hall. 

Rodborough Sunday Social will also be announcing 2024’s Rodborough Heroes via s ceremony at the fete, with prizes kindly donated by Karen McKeown in memory of Colin Keegan. 

Attendees are encouraged to walk or cycle to the fete as public parking on site will be limited to Blue Badge Holders and stallholders. 

Fete organisers Cllr Helen Elliott-Boult and Cllr Robin Layfield said: “We’re excited to be hosting Rodborough Fete again this Sunday at Rodborough Community Hall and playing field. 

“We’ve got some great community organisations, stallholders and local bands taking part in the day as well as a fun dog show, produce show and some fantastic food and drink. We’re looking forward to another opportunity for Rodborough’s amazing community to come together and it’s fantastic to see how much everyone wants to get involved. We can’t wait to see everyone, on what we hope will be a sunny Sunday afternoon. 

“Parking at the site is very limited so we’d like to encourage as many visitors to walk up to the playing field if possible so that parking is available for those that have no other way of getting there.” 

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