fete day

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Steve Sington, one of the festival volunteers, estimated around 25-30,000 people had attended the main fete day, with thousands of others coming through the week He said: 'The whole atmosphere has been very relaxed, with no problems.
It was the school fete day and the square was crowded.
There will be Morris dancers on Monday 28 and a fete day on Saturday,July 3.
IT'S Saturday, the seventh and biggest day of the Allesley Festival - procession and fete day.
VILLAGERS and visitors turned out in force for the annual Dunchurch Festival fete day on Saturday.
Fete Day Queen Katrina Murray, aged 10 (centre), and her two princesses Lauren Lowe, aged four (left), and Nicole Lyndsey, aged seven (right), were guests of honour at the village event.
Sometimes we do wonder how we manage to fit so many people into our little village, especially on the fete day, but it has turned into a really big event.
Being within a cherry-stone's throw of the Spanish border, Ceret prides itself on its Catalan traditions, and the combination of a fEte day and colourful Catalan culture can mean only one thing: the maddest brass bands you have ever heard.
Having gone through Prize Day, Sports Day, Swimming Day, Concert Day and Fete Day, you have become re-acquainted with them and perhaps mightily impressed with their ability.
Last year the festival was estimated to have attracted around 25-30,000 people to the main fete day, with thousands of others visiting through the we e k .
Dozens of neighbours clubbed together to organise the bash, which included a disco, food and traditional fete day party games.
Community festival games such as ring toss and yo-yo fishing, reminiscent of the festivity of Japan's fete days, will be demonstrated.
She said: "We normally do get a good turn-out on our fete days but this year all the stops have been pulled out.