Centuries of tradition were observed in South Molton this weekend during a special red, white and blue-themed Olde Eglish Fayre. A packed programme of events was held in the town to coincide with the Queens 90th birthday celebrations. South Molton Junior School pupil Tegan James was crowned fayre queen by mayoress Christine Lock in the Square on Saturday morning. Tegan was joined by crown bearer Caitlin Brayley and attendants Hannah Pidler and Kirtsy Penfold, as well as pageboys Kai Lock and Archie Bateman, both from South Molton Community School. The crowning was followed by a traditional floral dance around the Square, led by the fayre queen and olde fayre committee chairman Steve White. On Sunday, folk gathered in the pannier market to enjoy a host of entertainment organised in honour of Her Majesty including a giant Union Flag birthday caked big enough to serve 300 people.The annual fayre fun will finish tonight (Monday), with childrens races at South Molton Community Primary School (formerly known as the infants school), from 6pm.