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Supported by Compton Parish & Guildford Borough Councils & Compton Village Association

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Fete 2019

 

Grand Draw –  £1,866 (£1,315)

Plants & Produce –  £1,631 (£1,417)

Cakes –  £1,099 (£682)

Beer Tent – £1,027 (£519)

Teas – £932 (£801)

Tombola –  £818 (£380)

Bric-a-Brac – £775 (£1,084)

Ice creams –  £724 (£701)Barbecue – £699 (£577)

Books & Music – £568 (£460)

Silent Auction –  £500 (£190)

Pimms – £338 (£348)

Greyfriars Wine - £306

Bouncy Castles – £270 (£114)

Hoop-La - £266 (£292)

Pick-a-Card – £210 (£200)Coconut Shy – £148 (£76)

Bits & Pieces – £125 (£187)

Compton Little Railway – £96 (£119)

Bat-a-Rat - £62

Face Painting – £60 (£165)

Maggot Racing - £48

Nail Painting - £30

 

As agreed at the Village Association Annual General Meeting, this will be distributed approximately as follows, depending on any further income received:

 

St Nicholas Church - £2,775 Compton Club - £2,150 Compton Allotments - £1,596

Village Hall - £1,170 Compton Little Theatre - £780 Compton NEWS - £600

Fete Equipment - £500 Skillway, Godalming - £1,951

 

A HUGE THANK YOU TO EVERYONE – FOR PLANNING, FOR ORGANISING, FOR HELPING, FOR COMING, FOR ENJOYING - AND IN PARTICULAR, TO THE FETE COMMITTEE UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF PETER BARNETT.

NOTE FOR NEXT YEAR’S DIARY – COMPTON FETE WILL BE ON SATURDAY 16th MAY 2020

What an amazing day!  Perfect weather.  Large crowds throughout the afternoon enjoying all the attractions and sampling the food and drink.  Things to buy, things to win, things to make, things to join in.  Never a dull moment, and at the end of the day about 100 helpers went home, happy and exhausted!  

 

To crown it all, the profit for the afternoon was a record!  Subject to a few minor changes, the amazing sum of £11,522 was the result.  (The previous record was £11,244 in 2014.)  

 

A number of new stalls and attractions added to the fun – Bungee Bouncer, Maggot Racing and a Greyfriars Vineyard stand selling their delicious Sparkling Rosé.  Many stalls made a record amount.  Among them, Jon Maslin would like to thank everyone who contributed so generously to the Bottle Tombola which surpassed itself this year.

Here are the details, with last year’s figures in brackets.  Figures in bold underlined indicate a record for that particular stall.