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Harvest Supper 2016

by David Blincow - 18:06 on 06 October 2016

The Caston Village Harvest Supper 2016 took place at the Village Hall on Saturday 1st October and I was privileged to be able to attend.  It was an excellent social evening worthy of applauding this year’s harvest.  The food was excellent and the entertainment, which I understand was arranged at short notice, was great fun.  Peter Chapman hosted a quiz on Norfolk sayings and place names followed by recounting life in the village and Norfolk during his lifetime.  This was followed by a splendid rendering of the well known local song  "Hev Yew Gotta Loight Boy?” led by Peter with Bridget Hall as Molly Windley, Nicotine Gal, as can be seen in the photos.

Many congratulations and thanks to all members of the PCC and others who organised and ran this excellent event.


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