New vintage event 
hailed a big success

Dave Mitchell from Nunnykirk with Deisal powered Vintage Milstone Machine
Dave Mitchell from Nunnykirk with Deisal powered Vintage Milstone Machine
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THERE were plenty of eye-catching attractions at a family fair in Northumberland.

A range of vintage vehicles, including tractors, cars, a steam roller and a milling machine, were brought along to the event outside Bolam Lake House. The proceeds went to Cambo First School.

Among the other features were wood carving demonstrations, a bouncy castle, pony rides, a tombola, a raffle, craft stalls, a car boot sale, health stalls, cake stalls, an ice-cream van and an evening barbecue.

The fair was organised by the school’s fund-raising committee, led by Danni Johnson and Tracey Davison.

Cambo headteacher Paula Cummings said: “Everyone had a great day and fingers crossed this event will have a place in the annual school calendar as 2013 was our trial and next year will be the real deal.

“The barbecue was a success both for the adults, as they got the chance to relax, and the children, as they played football and on the bouncy castle till dark.

“We are so thankful to everyone who made this event the success that it was, including the many people who donated prizes.”