MIDDLEZOY held another highly enjoyable summer fete yesterday (Sunday) as the rain failed to put a dampener on the festivities.
The musical entertainment started with the Taunton Ukulele Band, who never fail to put a smile on everyone’s face.
They were followed by the Liberty Sisters with their own unique style of 40s music accompanied by the South West Lindy Hoppers who were fascinating to watch.
The last act of the day was the P’hogues, a group with a huge array of Irish music which set every foot tapping and every hand clapping.
All this against a huge variety of stalls selling all sorts, some visiting alpacas, birds of prey, candy floss, a cocktail bar, face painting, bouncy castles and a circus – to name just a few of the attractions.
The rain was heavy and relentless but people left with smiles on their faces, damp but happy.
Middlezoy always seems to hit the right note, no matter what they do, and we can only wait now for the extensive celebrations being planned for the Platinum Jubilee next year.