Fetes are always fun, especially when they are at lunchtime and you have visitors. And the Jerilderie Fete was a popular spot to be on Sunday morning.November 9, 2012 4:16am
The Jerilderie Hospital Annual Fete was held on Sunday from 11am in the hostel grounds and the Community Centre.
There was plenty to eat, including their famous pancakes, and there was everything from plants, manure and handicrafts to buy.
The grounds came alive with locals taking in the sunshine and local fete.
A fantastic variety of goods were on offer and many arrived early to grab the bargains.
The day was a great success with old favourites and some new stalls providing interest to those attending.
Committee members thanked everyone who supported and worked for the fete, particularly the non-members who always come and help out on the day.
It has already been decided to have a rest from the fete in 2013, although other fundraising activities will be considered to ensure support for the local hospital continues.
The fete is expected to return, as normal, in 2014.
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