SOUTH Molton has kept its 12th century Olde English Fayre traditions alive during a week of celebratory events in the town. And during a weekend of olde worlde fun, it was youngster, fayre queen Georgia Holder, who took centre stage when she was crowned b

SOUTH Molton has kept its 12th century Olde English Fayre traditions alive during a week of celebratory events in the town.And during a weekend of olde worlde fun, it was youngster, fayre queen Georgia Holder, who took centre stage when she was crowned by Mayoress Christine Lock at a special ceremony in the town's Pannier Market on Saturday.The 10-year-old South Molton Junior School pupil shared the limelight with classmates, crown bearer Megan Morgan, and attendants Ellie Sauerzapf and Jessica Godfrey. Page boys Andrew Carter, 6, and Samir Kanj, 7, both from South Molton Community Infants' School, also looked fantastic in their traditional lavender finery.Olde English Fayre committee secretary Margaret White said the committee was grateful to all local organisations that supported fayre week."We had a wonderful response to the best dressed shop window competition - around 20 entries."First prize in the competition went to the Leonard Cheshire shop on East Street for a Beatrix Potter-inspired theme. Sylvia Day picked up the cup on behalf of the charity shop (left).Mrs White said that fayre Saturday ended with a "mind-blowing" concert by the South Molton Choral Society in the town's Assembly Rooms."It was a wonderful performance and very well attended," she said."South Molton is so lucky to have the talent it has got.