More than 1,000 people attend Platinum Jubilee fete in Lindford
There was a fantastic turnout for Lindford’s events to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on June 4.
Children’s entertainer Mr Giant kept the younger visitors busy with tricks and games.
More than 1,000 people attended the fete at Lindford Village Hall, which featured Bordon’s fire engine.
Two pipers opened the event along with a REME standard bearer, and live music from the band No Small Thing had people up and dancing.
The celebrations were a joint project between Lindford Parish Council and Lindford & District Working Men’s Club.
The event was supported by The Holme CE Primary School, with the children producing 70 pieces of artwork to represent the Queen’s reign.
Cllr Andrew Luff attended with his ‘world tour’ double-decker bus, Helping Hounds ran a fun dog show that proved very popular, the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Army Cadet Force put on a display, and the food outlets and stalls were kept busy.
Dancing went on late into the evening at Lindford & District Working Men’s Club.
A donation will be made to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.
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