Hurst Green Fair 2021

Early September is always time for fun and frolics in Hurst Green. This year was no different.


A happy band of Titsey Rotarians wheeled out the unrideable horse, much to the delight of the assembled throng at the Hurst Green Fair.

The unrideable horse, fully equipped with a thorough Risk Assessment, continues to be a major draw at such events.  Excited kids, somewhat nervous parents, and suitably placed collection buckets, all make for a really worthwhile afternoon providing fun for Rotarians, the would-be jockeys and families.

The concept of village fairs had seemed to wane a bit some time ago, but now has fully returned to the fore.  Long may they reign.

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