South Wonston fayre raises money for village defibrillator

Romsey Advertiser: The event was opened by the new mayor Cllr Eileen Berry. The event was opened by the new mayor Cllr Eileen Berry.

VILLAGERS near Winchester were having fun and also making their community a safer place.

A fayre was held in South Wonston on Saturday with the aim of raising £1,800 to buy a heart defibrillator for the village.

The recreation ground was crowded over the afternoon as the sun came out.

One of the organisers Clare Knock said; “It’s gone very, very well and it has been well-supported. It is a lovely day and we have all had a good time.”

The event was opened by the new mayor Cllr Eileen Berry.

Among the attractions of the Alice in Wonderland-themed event was a dog show, craft competitions, lots of football on the eve of the England-Italy match, and hula hooping.

The New Forest Meddlars Morris Dancing side, a mixed group formed in 1990, showed off their moves.

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