Every year since the end of The Great War the village of Sidbury has proudly held a summer fête
Every year since the end of The Great War the village of Sidbury has proudly held a summer fête in the grounds of The Commandery. In the spring of 1969, however, the 50th anniversary preparations have been thrown into disarray following the sudden death of Lord Cakebole. His son and heir Lord Monty Cakebole, on his return from travelling the world, has decided to hold a rock festival in place of the usual fête. Serious opposition from the villagers has led to a public meeting to which you are invited. Fish and chips and a pudding are included in the price and wine will be on sale. Places are limited, so early booking is recommended.
Doors open 6.30pm, starts 7.30pm
(Thursday) 7:30 PM (T)
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