The final V&A Village Fete (as far as we know) was a huge success at the weekend and we enjoyed a fantastic couple of days in the stunning John Madejski Gardens.
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Village Fete with the best up and coming British designers, It’s Nice That’s stall Pork Snatchings essentially saw people try and “save as much money as they could in 45 seconds”, a variety of techniques were adopted and ultimately the smash and grab, ultra concentrated approach paid dividend. Felix walked away champion with the very last attempt of the weekend weighing in with a whopping 4lbs 3 oz.
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