FROGHAM Fair celebrated its comeback after a two-year absence due to Covid. 

The event took place on Saturday, June 25.

The fair offered a range of activities, attractions, stalls, music, food and drink. 
Sky Birds of Prey and terrier racing took centre stage, with music provided by the Flamin Ukes and Samantha Laurilla.

Organisers say the fair enjoyed a “brilliant comeback” and the atmosphere was “buzzing” on the day

There was also children’s games, fun dog shows, dog agility, displays of classic cars.
The show ended with the usual race up Blissford Hill. 

A statement from the fair organisers said: “The team of volunteers were amazing, the crowds had fun and helped us to raise a record amount for local charities and good causes. Time to start planning Frogham Fair 2023.”

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