Bassingbourn Big Bash and Mayhem Weekend goes down a storm

Lisa Waller and Tracey Littlefair, raising funds for the Keech Cancer Hospice in Luton, with a sumpt

Lisa Waller and Tracey Littlefair, raising funds for the Keech Cancer Hospice in Luton, with a sumptuous selection of home made cakes provided by the Wisteria Cake Co. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

Bassingbourn villagers once again came together in the Field of Dreams to celebrate local talent, community groups and businesses during the annual Bassingbourn Big Bash and Mayhem Weekend.

JezO entertaining children with his magic tricks. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

JezO entertaining children with his magic tricks. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

On Saturday, a summer ball was held and on Sunday, a family fun day took place.

The big fun package on the Sunday witnessed the popular classic vehicle and tractor procession through the village, which this year started from Kneesworth House.

The classic vehicle procession through the village. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

The classic vehicle procession through the village. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

An added attraction was an art exhibition and the food area expanded. There was more family entertainment with performer JezO riveting youngsters.

There were also bands, competitions and displays from businesses.

Four-year-old Tahlia Fleming enjoyed the Bash, decorating her own face mask. PICTURE: Clive Porter.

Four-year-old Tahlia Fleming enjoyed the Bash, decorating her own face mask. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant

Six year old William Ridden from Meldreth makes friends with 5 year old Nancy, a rare breed Manx Loa

Six year old William Ridden from Meldreth makes friends with 5 year old Nancy, a rare breed Manx Loaghtan sheep, from the flock of Jayne Drinkwater Mayshott. PICTURE: Clive Porter. - Credit: Archant


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