Have a ‘groovy time’ at Saffron Walden school’s Swinging 60s fete

14:00 26 June 2014

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St Mary's Primary School in Saffron Walden is holding a 'Swinging 60s' fete this Sunday.

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A ‘Swinging 60s’ fete will be held at a Saffron Walden school this weekend.

St Mary’s Primary School, on Castle Street, is inviting people to come along and have a “groovy time” with live music, face painting, a Pimms tent, bouncy castle, BBQ and much more.

There will be a Yellow Submarine cafe and a sixties fancy dress competition, complete with prizes, for young and old alike.

A raffle with prizes including a £50 restaurant voucher, luxury hamper and more will also take place on the day.

The festivities will run from 1-4pm on Sunday, so get your 60s clobber on and get down there!

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