Cheerful day of fun at the fayre
INSPIRED children sang, danced and acted at a "happy" event at Leckhampton Court Hospice.
The Sue Ryder autumn fayre saw youngsters' entertainment, live music, arts and crafts and a grand raffle.
Hospice support group chairman John Millington said: "It was a very happy and cheerful occasion. Normally we do the fayre later in the year, and numbers were a bit down with about 400 people.
"The children's entertainer did a wonderful job getting children to join in and parents clapping.
"Gloucestershire Morris Men, with others, were very impressive, especially the sword dance.
"Arts and crafts including things made by patients and volunteers in the day hospice and one or two of our residents, who were able, came and enjoyed the day." Funds collected are yet to be counted.