Croft villagers show true community spirit on what should have been their annual carnival day


VILLAGERS at Croft didn’t let a pandemic and rain dampen their community spirit on what should have been their annual carnival day.

Caped crusaders and superheroes took to the streets on their bikes, while members of Thelwall Morris travelled to the village to put on a morris dancing show.

Village scarecrows were also out in force while some residents even set up stalls in their front gardens to help raise funds for good causes.
Croft Parish Council Chairman Cllr. Keith Bland said: “As Chairman of Croft Parish Council can I say a BIG thank you to the residents of Croft on what should of been Croft Carnival.
Talk about community spirit..some residents had put stalls on in their front gardens, raising funds for various groups.
“There was street decorations, morris dancing, even the scarecrows showed up!
“Well done to all involved!”


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