A fly-past by a Dakota airplane is set to feature as part of this year’s annual Codnor Fete on Sunday, July 7.
The event at the recreation ground off Codnor Market Place is to return bigger than ever with a host of attractions, from fairground rides to a performance from motorcycle stuntman Jez Avery and a spectacular battle re-enactment by the Codnor Castle Trust
A dog show organised by the Just for Dogs charity is also set to feature with judging to take place in 12 different categories.
Fete organisers the Rotary Club of Amber Valley is also calling on local charities to get in touch with them if they would like to hold a stall on the day.
Publicity officer for the club Andrew Loades, said: “We are inviting any local charities to put up a stall, free of charge, to sell items, or provide a game suitable for children to participate in. This is an excellent opportunity to raise funds.”
Contact Trevor Taylor on 07711-560930 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like a stall.
provide a game suitable for children to participate in. This gives the charity an
excellent opportunity to raise funds for their charity.
Also during the afternoon, there will be the following events:-
Fly past of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Dakota (subject to weather)
Any charity organization who would like a stall, please contact:-
Trevor Taylor on 07711-560930 or at email@example.com
July 2013 from 1pm on the Recreation Ground at Codnor Market Place.