Brook's legendary fête will return on the May 1 bank holiday Monday, celebrating both its 75th anniversary and the centenary of the village’s historic Pirrie Hall.
This year’s event will boast all the good old-fashioned family fun the fête is famous for, including a dog show, tombola, bric-a-brac, barbecue, plant sale, vintage cars, kids’ rides and games, as well as cakes, a tea tent and a Pimm’s tent.
“We are keen to retain the feel of a traditional village fête and offer something for all ages,” said fête co-organiser Jim Langham.
It will take place from 1pm, on the picturesque village green opposite The Dog and Pheasant pub.
See Pages 12 and 13 of this week’s Herald and Post for a two-page feature on the history of Pirrie Hall and 75 years of Brook’s glorious village fête.