Wotton Underwood Village Fête
At Wotton House, nr Brill HP18 0SB
Saturday 26th May 2018
FUN DOG SHOW
Show starts 2.30pm. Entries accepted from 2pm
Entry £2 per class. Rosettes and prizes in kind to 3rd place
• Most handsome dog
• Prettiest bitch
• Veteran – 8 years and over
• Best 57 varieties dog – most crossed crossbred
• Best child handler (under 12 yrs)
• Irish Pair – most unlikely combination – make up on the day!
• Musical Mats
• Dog the judge would most like to take home –
for dogs which have not won a 1st, 2nd or 3rd rosette
For more information: 01296 651961, or 07713 158659
Wotton Underwood Village Fete
£3 per person £2 concession Children U12 go free
The Wotton Underwood Village Fete is held bi-annually on the grounds of Wotton House, with the kind permission of David Gladstone. Wotton House is an incredible Grade 1 listed Manor house in the English Baroque style dating back to the 18th Century, with grounds landscaped in the early 1800’s by Capability Brown. We are extremely lucky to be able to host the fete here in such an incredible and historic setting! The fete is a charitable cause in aid of the village Church which features in the Domesday Book of 1086!
The fete has been created to be a fabulous family day out with something for everyone. From tours of the fabulous Wotton House itself (additional charge), Children’s games, livestock on show, a Dog Show (so please don’t leave Fido at home!!), a festival of ‘Celebration’ in flowers in the Church, food by ex-Michelin Star Chef Phillip Britten and drinks in the Bar Box (a great new concept for drinks)! There will be Live music, a Tombolo, a Raffle with loads of prizes and a main cash prize of £100!!
Also available on sale will be local produce, teas and cakes, ice-creams, bric-a-brac, and plants.
With the setting described above and all of the activities taking place, there is no-where you should rather be!!
Contact: Mrs Rayne Botha – 07823390213 – Rayne.firstname.lastname@example.org
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