HUNDREDS of people attended a Test Valley village fete, with funds going to a range of local charities. 

The North Baddesley Village Day was held on Saturday, May 18 with money raised going to Jenna Marie Foundation, the Friends of North Baddesley Infants School, Baby Necessities, the Community Life Centre, Hearing Dogs for the Deaf and the North Baddesley Historical Society. 

People enjoyed entertainment from BMX rider Richard Pearson, who wowed the crowd with jumps up on to the roof of a Ford Transit van, two displays of falcons from South Wilts Falconry, a dance display from the Sylvan School of Dance and the Romsey Old Cadets. 

Hampshire Chronicle: North Baddesley Village Day

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There was a dog show, vintage cars, a fun-fair and stalls from lots of different organisations around the village.

Hampshire Chronicle: North Baddesley Village Day

A spokesman for the organisers said: “The charities chosen are due to receive their money in the near future and were carefully selected by the committee who will choose other charities next year provided the event is well supported.

"Village Day is a fun-filled fiesta which attracts people from far and wide, culminating in the traditional fashion with a raffle with some great prizes many of which were donated by local businesses. This year the sun shone providing a memorable occasion for all concerned.”