Fun times at village fayre

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One of South Yorkshire’s smallest country villages is ready for a big party this Saturday with free admission for everyone - and lots of family attractions on offer, from ferret racing to sword dancing and brass band music.

World Cup referee Howard Webb is the guest of honour at the annual Letwell Village Fayre, near Rotherham, which starts at 1.30pm.

Entertainment includes dray rides, maypole dancing, a living history display, an exhibition of farm machinery new and old, and a display of vintage double decker buses and military vehicles from the South Yorkshire Transport Museum.

Homemade teas will be served throughout the day in the village hall.

All the profits from the show will go towards the upkeep of Letwell’s medieval church, St Peter’s.