Supporters for The Purfleet Trust came together at South Wootton Common to raise funds to help the homeless. Pictures: Ian Burt

It was the perfect weather for South Wootton Fete which saw £2,735 raised for homeless charity, The Purfleet Trust.

Families flocked to South Wootton Common where they were able to take part in a host of activities such as face painting, football and traditional fete games.

A dog show held by Paws Dog Training (Coastal) proved to be a highlight for Saturday’s event which was hosted by The Purfleet Trust and Trinity Rotary Club of King’s Lynn.

Joy Wylie, business and communications manager for King’s Lynn-based The Purfleet Trust, said: “It went really well and we had really good weather.

“This was the first fundraising event for us since February 2020 so it was really nice to see supporters old and new.

“We had a great turnout. It was really positive. It was nice to see everyone being together and having fun again having a great time.”

Miss Wylie expressed her thanks to all businesses who supported the fete.