VILLAGE FETE 2006-2016
VILLAGE FETE 25TH. JUNE 2016
VILLAGE FETE 27TH. JUNE, 2015
PROGRAMME See the photos on the East Hanningfield Parish Council Facebook page.
VILLAGE FETE 13TH. SEPTEMBER, 2014
THANK YOU EAST HANNINGFIELD!
We would like thank all those people who helped again this year with the Village Fete, whether by setting up on day, running stalls, providing events, buying draw tickets, or just coming along on the day to spend your cash!
We made just over £3,900 profit this year – a great result! The money will be split equally between the Village Hall & All Saints Church and help with planned repairs and improvements.
From the Fete Committee
(All Saints Church & Hanna’s Field Charity)
For the 2013 Fete details see the Programme and the photographs .
We would like thank all those people who helped this year with our Village Fete, whether by setting up on the day, running stalls, providing events, buying draw tickets, or just coming along on the day to spend your cash!
We made £3,472.04 profit this year – a great result! The money will be split equally between the Village Hall & All Saints Church and help with planned repairs and improvements.
From Jenny Ash and the Fete Committee
(All Saints Church & Hanna’s Field Charity)
VILLAGE FETE 2012.
Please see the photo album. Profit was £3796.65.
VILLAGE FETE 10TH. SEPTEMBER, 2011.
The Profit made was £3,472.70.
The fancy dress parade to open the fete and mark the 25th. Anniversary of the Village Hall.
Who is this mystery Blonde?
Some footballers join the parade.
If it's furry it's on the Teddy Tombola Stall.
Lots of goodies on the Tombola Stall
Revd Pam introducing the Church Dancers
The Cake Stall is well stocked, but it won't be for long!
David judging the Miniature Garden Competition.
Iris and Linda with a treasure trove of White Elephants, and in the distance crowds are watching the 5-a-Side Football Tournament
Christine and Alan manning the Bookstall
The cakes are worth a second, closer look!
The Slide is proving popular.
Ali Barmy performing to a fascinated audience
Grand Draw Ticket sales.
Patiently waiting to perform.
Les demonstrating how to prevent pulling on the lead
Now walking without the lead
Is it my turn yet?
Waiting for instructions
The audience joins in
Learning the moves
It's behind you!
St. Peter's, West Hanningfield. Runners-up under 11s, 5-a-side Football Tournament
6th Chelmsford Cubs, Runners-up under 10s, 5-a-side Football Tournament
6th Chelmsford Cubs, Winners under 11s, 5-a-side Football Tournament
25th Chelmsford Cubs, Winners under 10s, 5-a-side Football Tournament
David gives the prize for the best miniature garden.
Even fairies get hungry, and the hotdogs are very good!
Revd Pam picks the first ticket for the Grand Draw.
Angela wins the 1st Prize in the Grand Draw donated by Intercounty Estate Agents.
Jackie presents John with the Meal for 4 & bottle of wine donated by the Royal Tiger Restaurant
Nick wins the case of quality wine donated by Cummunicate Ltd.
Fete sponsors Martyn Gard and David Chennells relaxing in the beer tent
The winner of the Andon Scouts Kick-a-ball competition
Mike and Chris with the winner of the Guess the Name of the Teddy Competition
The winner of the Guess the Car Reg Competition
Hanna's Field Charity and All Saints' Church wish to gratefully acknowledge the support and generosity of Martyn Gard and J Gard & Sons Ltd, and D. Chennells(Farmers & Growers with Storage & Workshops To-Let) as event sponsors, but also the help and support of the following wonderful people in also providing sponsorship and prizes:
Carol Phillips and Intercounty Estate Agents for the first prize in the Grand Draw. Barry Hearn and Match Sport Ltd for help with the 5-a-side tournament, Paul Edwards and Chelmer Site Investigations & Hanningfield Utilities for sponsorship. The RHS and Hyde Hall Gardens. Andrew Miller at Communicate Ltd, Ash at The Royal Tiger Restaurant, Phil Meacham at the Chelmsford Dance Centre, John and Ben at East Hanningfield Motors, Kelly Turkeys and Ash at the Village Shop.
For the entertainment we would like to thank Les Draper for his gundogs, Karima and her Belly Dancers and the All Saints' Church Dancers.
For the 5-a-side Football Tournament, we would like to thank the teams from our Local Schools and Cub Scout Packs.
Thank you also to the following for their help with providing stalls: East Hanningfield Preschool, Hanna's Tots, Bethel Church, Sandon Scouts, Christine & Pat Harvey with family and friends. Also thanks to East Hanningfield Parish Council, the Editor and Newsletter distributors for help with getting the programme to every house in the Parish. Not forgetting thanks to our friend Jim Harris at Sirrah Print Services (East Hanningfield Industrial Estate) for once again printing the programme for us.
Lastly thanks to all the many other helpers without whom the Fete would not happen.
VILLAGE FETE 11TH. SEPTEMBER, 2010
The profit made was £3,388.94.
The East Hanningfield Village Fete, held on Saturday, 11th. September, 2010, made a profit of £3,300, which is shared equally between Hanna's Field Charity and All Saints' Church. Well done to everyone who contributed their time and energy and thanks to all our friends who came along to spend their money.
|The forecast was for rain at one o'clock. Would we be lucky?|
|Alex from Heart Essex opened the Fete.|
|Browsers busy looking for bargains on the book stall.|
|Ali Barmy's Magic Show has just started.|
|Lots of interest in the prize of a meal at the Town Crier.|
|The Shooting Gallery is attracting interest.|
|Bouncy Castle, Swing Boats and other stalls|
|Ali Barmy's helper has found it!|
|This throw didn't win a coconut. On the other hand Jim Howe won four coconuts with five throws. Can you beat that?|
|Emily Garner sings.|
|Fun on the Swingboats|
|Smashing the Crockery, and it's still not raining!|
|Jackie presents Emily with a bouquet, and the sun has come out!|
|Look at that jump!|
|A long jumper as well!|
|Another long jumper|
|Another high jumper.|
|The Obstacle Race|
|That was a clean jump.|
|The poodle finishes the race by passing through the hoop.|
|It's behind you!|
|Gold Medals for the Winning 5-a-Side Team|
|The Runners Up|
|The Teams in the Quarter Finals with a fan.|
|Carol Phillips of Intercounty presents the First Prize in the Grand Draw.|
|Winning the meal for four at the Izumi Restaurant.|
|The happy winner of the box of quality wine.|
|A helper picking the next winning ticket|
|Another prize of wine.|
|The winner of the Voucher for the Village Shop presented by Ash.|
Hanna's Field Charity and All Saints' Church wish to gratefully acknowledge the contributions of Martyn Gard and J Gard & Sons Ltd, and David Chennells & Co as event co-sponsors, but also, for sponsorship and prizes, the help and support of:
Carol Phillips and Intercounty Estate Agents;
Paul Edwards and Chelmer Site Investigations & Hanningfield Utilities;
RHS and Hyde Hall Gardens;
Tony Fordham and Fordham Electrical;
Mike Kirkham and the Zenxi and Izumi restaurants;
Phil Meacham and Chelmsford Dance Centre;
John and Ben at East Hanningfield Motors;
Barry Hearn; Kelly Turkeys and Ash at the Village Shop.
For the entertainment we would like to thank Alex from Heart Essex, Emily Garner, Clare Blome and Clare's Angels, and Eric Nicholls and the owners from Iceni Dog Training. For the 5-a-side football tournament, our Local Schools and Cub Scout Packs.
We would like also to thank the following for their help in providing stalls: East Hanningfield Preschool; Hanna's Tots; Bethel Church; Sandon Scouts and Christine & Pat Harvey and friends.
Lastly, but no means least, our friend Jim Harris at Sirrah Print Services (East Hanningfield Industrial Estate) for printing the programme again.
VILLAGE FETE 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2009
The Profit made was £3,339.86.
VILLAGE FETE 2008
The Profit made was £3,560.70.
|Time for teas.|
|Burgers are going well.|
|Ali Barmy is as popular as ever.|
|The Police generate interest.|
|One of the many games to play.|
|Everyone wants a pony ride.|
|Flying high on the swing boats.|
|Wasn't it busy?|
|11s & Unders Champions, St. Mary's Woodham Ferrers.|
|Collies from Iceni Dog Training|
|Clare's Little Angels.|
|Punch & Judy.|
|Kool Note Kids Sing Joseph|
|Pete, the Champion Welly Wanger|
|Burger King and Princess|
|9s and Unders Champions from St. Peter's West Hanningfield|
|Announcing the Grand Draw Winners|
|Winning the Crate of Wine.|
|The Proud Winner of the Autographed Warsop Cricket Bat Auction|
Hanna’s Field Charity and All Saints’ Church gratefully acknowledge the following:
Event Sponsorship by Martin Gard & J Gard & Sons Ltd.,
Programme printing by Jim Harris at C. Andrews Printers Ltd.,
Grand Draw Prizes donated by:
Church & Hawes,
Mike Kirkham for Hoyzen & Izumi restaurants,
Phil Meacham for Chelmsford Dance Centre,
RHS Hyde Hall Gardens,
Ben & John at East Hanningfield Motors,
Ash at the Village Shop.
Entertainment provided by:
Eric and Iceni Dog Training,
Clare and Clare’s Angels,
Natalie and KoolNote Kids.
The Bar provided by Mike Harris and family.
The Autographed Cricket Bat provided by Warsops.
Loan of equipment provided by East Hanningfield Primary School.
Pony Rides provided by the Oxlade family.
The four referees and football team organisers.
The many local people who provided and/or ran stalls, who helped set up and who helped tidy up at the end.
VILLAGE FETE 2007
Dogs demonstrating that they can "wait".
Barbeque and cream teas are popular.
Behind all the people are the Preschool and Hanna's Tots stalls.
The junior Iconics dancers with their pompoms.
Hello Mr. Punch.
The Bookstall with the 5.a.side football in the distance.
Mr. Punch doesn't believe there's a ghost.
More refreshments - Icecream van and beer tent
The Iconics at the "Car Wash".
The very popular Assault Course.
VILLAGE FETE 16TH. SEPTEMBER, 2006
|Going to Watch the Football|
|Master of Ceremonies Colin|
|Cream Teas and Stalls|
|His First Fete|
|Raffle Ticket Sales|
|Synchronised Dog Walking|
|Perfectly Behaved Poodle|
|Burgers Are Selling Well|
|Has my Ticket Really Won?|
|Choosing a Raffle Prize|