Eynesbury celebrates patron saint with fun day

Eynesbury Village Asssociation St Georges Day, (l-r) Rosalie, and Emily, from St Neots, with the cr

Eynesbury Village Asssociation St Georges Day, (l-r) Rosalie, and Emily, from St Neots, with the crowns they made, - Credit: Archant

Families enjoyed a fun day out at Eynesbury Village Association’s St George’s event – held on a new site at the Regatta Meadow in St Neots.

Attractions included a fun fair, a re-enactment of the story of St George and demonstrations of ‘tin bashing’ and wood turning. There was also a dog show.

“People who came enjoyed a happy day,” said James Corley, village association chairman.

“With the new site it was a case of hold your breath and cross your fingers. But people were very complimentary.

“There was a lucky programme drawn. It was number 17 and the £50 prize is still unclaimed!”


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