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Downham Games postponed from Queen's Platinum Jubilee take place with football, cricket, rugby, tennis and nerf guns in fine summer weather



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The Downham Games this year proved to be well worth the wait with a bumper turnout enjoying a variety of activities in fine summer weather.

After two years away the Games, which is the town's version of the Olympics, took place for the first time since the pandemic – and it had to be postponed in June.

It was due to be held on the last day of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee long bank holiday weekend but rain forced a month's delay.



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