Popular fete returns to the Cotswolds

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A UNIQUE Indian house is hosting a popular fete which is returning to the Cotswolds this month.

The fete is at Sezincote House, near Moreton, on Saturday, June 14 at 2pm and will include First World War theme dress and exhibitions, vintage cars, traditional stalls, maypole dancing and Tug o'war.

Visitors can also enjoy music from a brass band, a barbecue and refreshments.

Admission is £5 and there is an opportunity to win a balloon flight for two people with the entrance fee programme.

Sezincote House, which was built in 1810 by Charles Cockerell who worked out in India, was the inspiration for the Brighton Pavilion.

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