Firefighter’s fete is saved from the rain

Broad Oak Firefighter’s annual summer fete was in danger of being a wash-out on Sunday.

Local stalwarts saved the day with their support when the event moved from the swamped recreation ground to the fire station and raised an incredible £900. The money will be shared between the Firefighter’s Charity and St Michael’s Hospice. Chris Sands, from the station, said: “I would like to thank everyone.”

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