Blyton church, which incidentally is dedicated to St Martin, a soldier who renounced his profession has another more unique war memorial – the collection of flags of the Allied nations which hang precariously in the nave. This year we will have a cheese and wine evening on Friday 18th May. The children from Blyton school will open the festival on the 19th May. Arts and crafts stalls. Cake stall, Grand raffle, window displays themed on WWI and on the 100 Years of the RAF.
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Open: 19-20th May, Saturday 10am-4.30pm, Sunday 10.30am-4pm
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