By Ian Jones - 23rd June 2012 7:05am
It's the Hankelow Diamond Jubilee Fete tomorrow, Sunday 24th June.
The Fete this year will be supporting the N.S.P.C.C. with all proceeds from the Grand Prize Draw to be donated to the N.S.P.C.C.
The Royal Collection, Buckingham Palace has made a donation of a Family Ticket (to include two adults and up to three children under the age of 17) to visit Windsor Castle as a Prize in Hankelow Amenities Group's Grand Draw.
The Ticket, with an Official Guide Book, together worth £50.00. plus £100.00 in cash, will be the First Prize in the Grand Draw to be held at Hankelow Diamond Jubilee Fete on 24th June.
There will be many other great draw prizes donated by local businesses and others.
All proceeds from the Grand Draw will go to N.S.P.C.C. funds.
Tickets for the Grand Draw are available from local N.S.P.C.C. members and Hankelow Amenities Group Members. Tickets will also be available at Hankelow Jubilee Fete.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to visit the Queen's favourite residence, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world.
1.15 — 1.35pm AUDLEY BRASS BAND
1.35 — 1.45pm MUSICLAND — YOUNG MUSICIANS
1.45 — 2.05pm DIG IT DOG DISPLAY TEAM
2.10 — 2.30pm WYBUNBURY SCHOOL CHOIR
2.30 — 2.50pm SCOTTISH DANCERS
2.50 — 3.10pm AUDLEY BRASS BAND
3.10 — 3.20pm MUSICLAND — YOUNG MUSICIANS
3.20 — 3.40pm DIG IT DOG DISPLAY TEAM
3.40 SPORTS FOR ALL AGES
4.10 RAFFLE AND PRIZE GIVING
The CROFTERS will also be playing during the afternoon
There will be numerous delicious Food Stalls, including a Refreshment Stall, Cake Stall, Snugbury's Ice Cream and a Barbeque.
Also to be enjoyed are Fun and Games for all the family, including Face Painting, Football Game, Coconut Shy, Splat the Rat, Golf Game, Hook a Duck, Tombola and Lucky Dip.
Visit the numerous stalls selling Plants, Books, Food and Fine Things, Crafts, Combermere Abbey produce plus many more.
Come along to this FREE event, a charming Traditional English Fete and have a great family afternoon whilst supporting a very worthwhile cause.
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