Past inspires St Michael's Village Fete
Suffragette Emily Davidson (aka Ros Plested) calls for the vote for women at St Michaels Village Fete and Dog Show. 1430_57001. Photos: KEITH GLUYAS.
At the fete are: Robert Davies (soldier), Holly Davies (nurse), Annabel Davies (soldier), Faith Alabi (nurse), Hope Alibi (maid) and Isla McEwan (nurse) with Luis Otavio at the front. 1430_57002
Pictured from left the top three children dressed in First World War period costume are :Isla McEwan (2nd), Annabel Davies (1st) and Faith Alabi (3rd). 1430_57004
Visitors to the fete were entertained by the music of Redmadog. 1430_57005
Lilly Baldwin about to enjoy some candy-floss. 1430_57007
Ella Wright digs deep into the bran tub to see what prize she can uncover. 1430_57008
Kate Powell tries to get the fastest time in the duck race by propelling her duck with a water cannon. 1430_57009
COSTUMES of 100 years ago were an important part of St Michaels Village Fete near Tenbury.
As the anniversary of the start of World War One approaches children dressed in the clothes of the time to parade to the fete and dog show that was held at Sunnycroft.
People also brought their dogs along to take part in the show.
There were also two vintage cars on show, a 1948 MGTC and a 1924 Model T Ford Ton Truck.