Enjoy fete in a beautiful riverside location.
Great Henny’s fourth annual fete is being held on Saturday to raise money for The Friends of St Mary’s church, Great Henny, The PCC of Great and Little Henny and Henny Parish Room.
St Mary’s Church in Henny was originally built by the Normans, with most of the rest of the church built in the 14th century.
The fete will be held at the Henny Swan pub, in Henny Street, and will feature games, stalls, maypole dancing and much more.
Admission is free and the fete is open between 12 noon and 4pm.
Alongside the fete, there will also be an open garden at Street Farm, Great Henny, on the same day.
The delightful farmhouse garden is only a short walk away from the site of the fete.
Admission is £1 for adults with children free. There will be afternoon teas and money raised will go towards the same three good causes.