Lots of entertainment and performances at Rudgwick Village Day

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Thank you to everyone who attended this year’s Rudgwick Village Day.

Officially opened by local resident and organiser of previous village days, Peter Tanner, the entertainment kicked off with a performance by children from the Vicky Michelle Dance Academy who entertained the crowd with a performance of Annie.

The crowd participated in activities such as the Village Zumba, David Price cricket in the nets, Rudgwick Football - Beat the Keeper, Morris Dancing with Morris Hatter Morris and Bill Jarratt’s annual Tug of War, which saw the Youth Group defeat Margarets Muscles by two pulls to nil!

Live music entertained everyone in the afternoon from bands the Mojos and the Duplicates including a performance by local by young local lad Will.

Thank you to Casper Graham and his daughter Sarah Graham who designed the Rudgwick Village Day logo and posters.

Thank you to all our stall holders, St John’s Ambulance, Alex Haynes for the main tent, Billingshurst Dog Club and Sam and Captain for the quality sound of performing acts.

Thank you to this year’s Raffle Donators - Wings & Wheels; Richard Onslow Cranleigh; Cranleigh Show; Guildford Spectrum; Cranleigh Leisure Centre; Vicky Michelle Dance Academy; Dunsfold Supercar; Horsham Bowling; Sweetlands Farm; Abby’s Grooming Parlour; Beth Timms; Eclipse; Rudgwick Co-Operative; The Entertainer – Horsham; Covers, Rudgwick; Foxbridge Golf Club; Old Rudgwick Cider Society (ORCS); Mucky Duck; The Fox Pub.

Thank you to this year’s Sponsors - Rudgwick Parish Council; Old Rudgwick Cider Society (ORCS); James Paul; Rudgwick Metals.

Finally, thank you to Rachel, Lisa, Helen, Wendy, Mel and Tina, who organised this year’s village day.

Report contributed by Di Toms.