Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds at St Paul's Church, Howell Hill

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

Fun-packed fair attracts the crowds

First published in News Sutton Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

A thousand people flocked to a fun-packed community fair on Sunday. 

The Nonsuch and Cheam Community Fair, a free annual event hosted and funded by St. Paul's Church, Howell Hill, was back "to offer a day of hospitality to the local communities".

The day kicked off with a family show, followed by a fair, bouncy castle, bungee run, bucking bronco, community stalls, face-painting, arts and crafts, hot food and more.

David Senior, Minister for Home Mission at the church, said: "We had a wonderful day. 

"We got the mayor up on stage for Way 2 Go show and he thought he was going to be custard-pied, but the associate vicar, Paul Dever, was instead."

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