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our community. Many thanks to those who found time to attend the meeting and join in the debate.


If you were not able to get to the meeting but would like to volunteer to help with the “Mettle Hill Community Project” or would like to submit a suggestion for the land’s use, please email the Parish Clerk on parishclerk@meldreth-pc.org.uk, heading your email “Mettle Hill Suggestion/Volunteer”. If you wish to be involved with the update of the Parish Plan please head your email “Community Parish Plan Volunteer.”


Meldreth Parish Council


Meldreth Church Fete, 15th June


Despite the downpour which started mid-afternoon the fete was very enjoyable and proved to be a great success with over £3,200 raised to support Church funds. Contributions from a number of organisations proved to be very popular, including the Primary School (face painting), the WI tombola, and Link Murang’a. “Crazy Croquet” was also a popular new attraction - at least until the rain started!


Refreshments and the BBQ were much in demand and there were plenty of attractions inside the church which could be enjoyed without getting wet, including cakes and produce stalls, books, and displays. The Local History Group's display, which showed the finds from the first of three village test pitting weekends, attracted a great deal of interest. Shepreth Wildlife Park visited again, allowing children and adults to hold and touch various animals, including a largish snake.


Thank you to everyone who contributed to this successful day and particularly to the many who continued to run stalls despite the rain. Thank you as well to all our visitors: we look forward to seeing you next year - in sunshine. Meanwhile, please let us have any comments or suggestions.


Chris Mannix and the team (01763) 262191


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