First ever 'Doorstep Fete' in Rayne
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Teachers will be put in the stocks at Rayne's first ever Doorstep Fete on Saturday (July 10).
Rayne School's Parent-Staff Association (PSA) will hold a Doorstep Fete.
Co-organiser Emma Wood said the event will be "heaps of fun".
Emma said: "A cracking day is expected.
"We are raising money for the school - their next project is a pond dipping area."
Past PSA fundraisers have earned the school an outdoor classroom, new dictionaries and school furniture.
Organisers have warned that an unlucky teacher could be sent to the stocks.
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Village businesses and residents are set to hold stalls on their doorsteps, while budding bakers will try their hand at Rayne's bake-off competition and cake sale.
The event runs from 1pm to 4pm with stalls throughout the village, at Rayne School and the Welsh Princess pub.
The Parent-Staff Association has set up a Facebook event page with more details and updates (https://bit.ly/3xgYo9x).