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Bruce Castle Fete
A huge crowd watches the Lord Mayor of London open a fete in Tottenham for blinded soldiers and sailors.
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London’s Lord Mayor gives a speech and then browses the stalls after opening a fete held at Tottenham’s Bruce Castle in aid of serving soldiers and sailors who lost their sight. The Lord Mayor chats happily with locals, while a young girl dances on a stage in front of a large audience.