With games for all ages and a film in the dark hour for the children, Aedda’s feast was well attended despite lots of other things going on locally. The addition of various pub games like a coconut shy, Aunt Sally and deck quoits gave the feast and extra element, but it was the Bavaian game of Hammerschlagen that brought out the rivalry between the Adstock families – sometimes within the family.
Thank you to all the organising committee, particularly Richard Inman, who despite moving out of the village is still “Voluntold” to organise this every year.
Thank you to all who supported the event by coming along and gave so generously. In total, £408 was raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust, a great result for a very worthwhile charity.