St Mary's Tenbury summer fete

St Mary's Tenbury summer fete

Summer Fete at St Mary’s Church, Tenbury. Rev Claire Lording helps out on the White Elephant stall wearing her straw hat ready to deal with the hot sun Photo: Keith Gluyas (7401774)

Summer Fete at St Mary’s Church, Tenbury. Mary Pollard hands over a Potentilla plant to husband Alan at the plant stall. Photo: Keith Gluyas (7401778)

Summer Fete at St Mary’s Church, Tenbury. Visitors to the fete were entertained with music from Tenbury Town Band Photo: Keith Gluyas (7401789)

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SUN hats and shades were the dress code for a glorious summer fete at St Mary’s Church in Tenbury.

The call to pass the cream referred not just to ice cream and clotted cream but sun protection as a yellow ball high in the sky replaced memories of previous years when umbrellas and coats have been the order of the day.

Every summer there is a fete to raise money for the church that has a Norman Tower but was heavily restored in the 19th century.

An interesting stop for visitors it is home for the well preserved Acton Tombs and the shaft of an Anglo Saxon Cross.

The attractions at the 2014 fete included a tombola, white elephant stall and face painting as well as music provided by the Tenbury Town band.

Inside the historic building was a good place to take refuge from the hot sun.

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