Our pictures as hundreds enjoy Cambourne Community Fete 2018
PUBLISHED: 21:35 15 September 2018 | UPDATED: 21:53 15 September 2018
From live music to dog show, there were plenty of attractions on offer
Hundreds attended the bustling Cambourne Community Fete, enjoying a host of entertainment from live music to a dog show.
There were plenty of rides and stalls for children to enjoy and community groups were well-represented, including the RAF Air Cadets and Army Cadet Force.
Cromwell Vets, in Huntingdon, organised the dog show, with best in show going to Dodger the border collie. The vets raised money for StreetVet, which supports homeless pet owners.
Meanwhile, Light Up Cambourne, which organises the festive lights, raised some money with its stall at the fete, which took place on Saturday, September 8.
Cambourne Community Fete
Heathen play Cambourne fete 2018
Cambourne fete 2018
RAF Air Cadets 105 Cambourne squadron, which meets at the Blue School. From left, Duncan Withers, Toby Hamilton, Duncan Crespin and Sgt Stuart Wren. Picture: Paul Brackley
Duncan Withers, of RAF Air Cadets 105 Cambourne squadron. Picture: Paul Brackley
At Cambourne Fete 2018 are Cambridgeshire Army Cadet Force Cambourne detachment for 12 to 18-year-olds. It meets on Thursdays from 7-9.30pm at the Blue School
Liz Pinchen on the Light Up Cambourne stall at Cambourne Community Fete 2018. Picture: Paul Brackley
Cambourne Fete 2018. Picture: Paul Brackley
At the dog show at Cambourne fete 2018
Alyssa and Jake Cawkill, of Teversham, with Mitch, at the dog show at Cambourne Fete 2018
The finalists in the dog show at Cambourne Fete 2018, with their owners. Picture: Paul Brackley
Parish clerk John Vickery said: “The fete was a well-supported event. Money was raised for Light Up Cambourne, 1st Cambourne Scouts and Cambourne Fireworks. We would like to thank the volunteers and sponsors Taylor Wimpey and Doubletree by Hilton that made the event so successful.”