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Petts Wood May Queen crowned

PUBLISHED: 17:14 10 May 2018 | UPDATED: 17:14 10 May 2018

The Mayor of Bromley, Kathy Bunce, crowned Suzanna Lovelock as the May Queen. Photo: Keith Larby

The Mayor of Bromley, Kathy Bunce, crowned Suzanna Lovelock as the May Queen. Photo: Keith Larby

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The May Queen Fayre in Petts Wood on bank holiday Monday was blessed with the best weather of the year.

The Petts Wood May Queen parade was held on the hottest May bank holiday on record. Photo: Keith LarbyThe Petts Wood May Queen parade was held on the hottest May bank holiday on record. Photo: Keith Larby

While most were at the beach or park, hundreds lined the streets.

The day started with the traditional May Queen parade followed by the crowning ceremony for this year’s Petts Wood May Queen, Suzanna Lovelock.

The Petts Wood May Queen Fayre was held on bank holiday Monday. Photo: Keith LarbyThe Petts Wood May Queen Fayre was held on bank holiday Monday. Photo: Keith Larby

Paula Ferguson, the chairman of the Petts Wood Business Association, who organised the event: “The Mayor of Bromley, Kathy Bance, performed the crowning ceremony.

“The crowds were then treated to a series of dances around the maypole before focus moved to the main stage where a wide variety of local bands and musicians entertained the crowds.

Suzanna Lovelock was this year's Petts Wood May Queen. Photo: Keith LarbySuzanna Lovelock was this year's Petts Wood May Queen. Photo: Keith Larby

“There was also entertainment on the indoor stage in the Memorial Hall, a funfair, stalls and art exhibition by Petts Wood Art Group.

“The fabulous weather certainly helped and more than £500 was raised for chosen charity, Demelza.”

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