Sam Botes opens the event -                                              and the celebrations begin! 

Young People enjoyed a variety of games and activities during the day.  The Scooter Race against the S.I.D was extremely popular - speeds of up to 17 m.p.h. were recorded  

 Zumba is the name of the dance!!  Everyone joined in enthusiastically

Sam from The Red Lion ensures the children have drinks at the tea party. Cheers! 

The winners of the Jubilee Hat Competition are delighted with their prize of Diamond Jubilee Cup cakes which were donated by Hooe resident Lynne who trades as 'Let me Bake it'.  Dick seems reluctant to pass across the prize

My son, Gareth and I look on with amusement

Roy Sandford is delighted his scarecrow won The Best Scarecrow made from recycled materials and cannot hide his joy as he receives his prize from Dick, Chairman of the Parish Council 

 Robert Pilbeam and I relax with a drink believing the Jubilee Committee job is completed

As evening turn into night there was a strange reluctance to leave 

 The Royal Crown, made from 1353 flowers by David Formby guarded by 2 of the royal corgis 

Poppy the King Charles Cavalier, having given birth to 5 beautiful puppies only weeks before did not take part in the Dog Show, and turned her head away to hide her disappointment 

 Over 70 children enjoyed the traditional tea party organised by the Parish Council, having worked up huge appetites during the afternoon. 

The Youngsters just beat the Oldies at Rounders - now that is worth a second plate of chips!

Janet and Simon Pattisson took the task of judging the competitions very seriously indeed 

The BBQ in the evening was hugely popular. Sam and Lou of The Red Lion provided a delicious BBQ for all at no charge, but invited donations to either The Mo Bourner Appeal or St Michael's Hospice.

Many thanks to the girls of The Red Lion

All over - when is the next village event? 

Dick Carey, the Chairman of the Parish Council           chats to Sam Botes 

The celebrations gave an opportunity for folk to meet and chat.  Here Pam's Daughter in Law, Jess, chats to Anne Bourner 

Carol Ford organised the Dog Show, cheered on by spectators

Dog Show and children's other activities took place side by side.  Here Una is watching the children 

 No need to tell you that this was the prize giving for the Junior Fancy Dress Competition

Another class, another prize winner! 

The queue for the BBQ gave the opportunity to chat to  other residents

Is this a scarecrow or is it an airman?  The lady on the right has to take a second look!!