After many months in the planning the Parish Hall staged a day of entertainment for the villagers of West Down to celebrate another milestone in the Hall’s history.
There was a bouncy castle, face painting, raffle, refreshments and games during the afternoon with Jose and the Hotdogs taking the stage in the evening.
Unfortunately the weather was not looking good in the morning so it was decided to set up the bouncy castle into the main hall area.
The event opened at 2.00pm and it didn’t take long before for a steady stream of parents with their children made full use of the bouncy castle and the face painters, Shannon and Sophie
Room 2000 was set up as a history room giving interesting information about the halls history going back to 1930.
The Women’s Institute provided refreshments which included a wonderful array of cakes along with tea, coffee and drinks.
Later on in the afternoon the Whiddon Valley Fryer cooked up some tasty fish and chips before the evening’s star attraction, Jose and the Hotdogs, entered the stage to produce yet another scintillating performance which kept their audience on their feet until the event closed at around 10.30pm.
Many thanks to all of those villagers who supported this event and made these celebrations a success.