Family fun day is a real treat in sunshine

The cast of Didcot Phoenix Drama Group’s Hi-de-Hi! show, who performed at the fair. Picture: OX60391 Damian Halliwell

Singers from Didcot Community Gospal Choir entertain the crowd. Picture: OX60391 Damian Halliwell

Jazz McLearie, a member of Wallingford Dog Agility Club, runs the course with her springer spaniel, Bailey. Picture: OX60391 Damian Halliwell

Zach Melrose, seven, on the fairground swing, with big sister, 10-year-old Freya. Picture: OX60391 Damian Halliwell

Visitors take in the sights, sounds and smells of Didcot’s summer fair, which took place in glorious sunshine. Picture: OX60391 Damian Halliwell

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THE sun shone on Didcot as crowds enjoyed fairground rides, live music and demonstrations from community groups.

Siblings Freya and Zach Melrose were among the youngsters enjoying the activities on offer at the town’s fair on Saturday in Edmonds Park, Park Road.

Freya, 10, from Didcot, said: “It was just really fun. It was nice to go down there and see everyone and all the rides were really good.

“I think it is good to go down there with family.”

Mum Gemma Souch, 33, said: “They have been on lots of the rides.

“We came to support the local community.

“The children loved it.”

Jazz McLearie took part in dog agility demonstrations with her dog Bailey, a springer spaniel.

The 44-year-old Wallingford Agility Club member, from Blewbury, said: “It was good fun and really friendly.

“The fair was busy – it was a good response from the community.”

The fair was organised by Didcot Town Council.

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