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Wedmore Harvest Home draws in the crowds
THE RAIN held off and the sun appeared for this year's Wedmore Harvest Home.
The event was held inside a giant marquee at Wedmore Playing Fields.
On the menu was roast beef, salt beef, ham, ox tongue and a selection of fine salad items, not to mention some delicious trifle and ale.
Burnham MP Tessa Munt helped dish out the drinks at the lunch, which was just part of the all-day event which included a street procession, lunch, children's sports and tea, followed by a large evening party with a band and disco.
Ms Munt said: “It's a wonderful village event. I'm not sure the Parliamentary job description envisaged MP's serving drinks but I feel this is the least I can do as a thank you to the lovely people of Wedmore for their support.”
David Ashe, chairman of Wedmore Playing Fields Association, revealed a grant of £25,000 had been given by SETA to provide play equipment.