British Dalmatian Welfare Fun Day – Sunday 25th June

After a slightly-soggy-underfoot-but-very-successful event last year, British Dalmatian Welfare will once again be holding their annual Fun Day at the Village Hall and playing field on Sunday 25th June from 10.45 to around 3pm.

Everyone is welcome with or without their dogs (spots are optional). There is a Fun Dog show with a fancy dress class for dogs and humans plus egg-and-spoon races. There is also a chance to try out agility equipment or to enter the test for Kennel Club “Good Citizens” qualification at Bronze level.

For both adults and children there is a chance to meet LOTS of Dalmatians although there is no guarantee there will be 101…

Entry is free although we hope you enjoy lunch or tea and cake, buy raffle tickets or home baked dog biscuits and dog cakes. For more information see www.dalmatianwelfare.co.uk or follow British Dalmatian Welfare on Facebook or @britdalwelfare on Twitter.

What a wonderful day!

That’s all, folks!

Once again, we have managed a spectacular village fete. The sun shone, the rain stayed away, our canine friends almost behaved themselves and the tug of wars (tugs of war?) were a fantastic contest, as always.

The fete could not happen without the assistance of so many people – from the committee who have been working on this since the dark days of winter, to everyone who donated items to sell, to those who bought raffle tickets, baked cakes or helped on stalls, and finally to everyone who attended the fete and enjoyed our traditional country spectacle. We thank you all!

Official photos will follow as soon as we have them, in the meantime please feel free to post your own on our facebook page – we’d love to see them.

Village fete 24th June – stalls

As always we have some lovely stalls at our fete – mostly small, local businesses and causes. Do please support them if you can.

Currently confirmed we have:

 

Village Fete Saturday 24th June – Programme supporters

We have a fantastic range of businesses based in Bellingdon and Asheridge and further afield locally. Many of them are kind enough to support our fete by advertising in our programme. Our thanks go to:

Village fete 24th June – Doorknock day today, 15th June

A small band of volunteers will be knocking on doors in Bellingdon & Asheridge this evening between 6-9pm and in some cases between now and the weekend.

We are looking for donations of good quality toys, plants, bric-a-brac, wine etc. Unfortunately we are unable to accept second hand electrical goods for safety reasons.

If you’re out, or prefer to donate in your own time, we’ll leave details of how to contact us. Flyers will be dropping into your letterbox shortly.

We will also be selling raffle tickets as we go round, and you can find out more about the prizes available here:

http://www.bellingdon.com/village-fete-24th-june-raffle-prizes/

Village fete 24th June – raffle prizes

We are extremely fortunate, once again, to have an astonishing array of raffle prizes, kindly donated by our wonderful villagers. Among the prizes are:
Raffle tickets are just £1 each and can be purchased from any of the committee, during the doorknock or on the day itself.

Village fete 24th June – how can I help?

Just some of the ways you can help make our 2017 fete the best ever!

  • Participate in the “doorknock” on or after Thursday 15th June, either as a volunteer or by donating goods. We need good quality toys, plants, bric-a-brac, wine etc. Unfortunately we are unable to accept second hand electrical goods. If you’re out, we’ll leave details of how to contact us if you wish to donate anything. Flyers will be dropping into your letterbox shortly.
  • Buy raffle tickets, either beforehand at the doorknock or from any of the committee or on the day
  • Bake a cake – cakes can be delivered to the hall on the day.
  • Volunteer on a stall – there’s always room for more helpers. Email fete@bellingdon.com if you can spare some time.
  • Help us set up the field – our setup team will be on the field from 2-5pm on Thursday 23rd and from 8am on the day itself. The more the merrier, no prior experience required! We also need help taking everything down at the end (5-6pm approx).
  • Come and enjoy the fete!