WHAT if there was one location where entertainment, delicious food, bargains and more were all on offer?
Look no further than the St Peter's Anglican Church annual fete this weekend.
The event will be held at the church grounds where residents will be spoiled for choice when it comes to what is on offer.
Open to all community members, the fete will have plants, produces, jams and cake stalls, live entertainment, a jumping castle, face painting - and that is just the tip of the iceberg.
There's also breakfast and lunch options, not to mention hot doughnuts, fairy floss, popcorn and morning tea.
Father Robert Murphy said the fete provided a place for all community members to enjoy a day out for a low cost.
"What I like about the fete is meeting people ... it's also just a really fun day," he said.
"Everyone is happy.
"This is our major fundraiser every year."
Any money raised from the fete goes back into the church's general parish fund to ensure things keep ticking over at St Peter's.
The St Peter's op shop will also be open on the day.
Also part of the fete is the rose and geranium show, which over the years has proven to be quite competitive. This year there's an added incentive to take part.
Residents can enter their blooms in both the St Peter's and the St Andrew's Presbyterian shows, with an overall grand champion to be named from both events.
Flowers must be entered at both events.
Flowers will need to be dropped to the St Peter's hall on Friday between 4pm and 7pm.
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