Green Fayre as informative as it was fun

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I WOULD like to thank everyone who took part in the Green Fayre in Horntye Park on July 31 and helped the day become enjoyable and informative, as well as the management of the complex for the food and drink.

We all had a great day and raised funds and awareness through music, thanks to all who attended.

The event, which was sponsored by Substance, involved music, charity and environmental awareness issues.

Local musicians entertained in the day while children played together and enjoyed the bouncy castle. Andrew Johnson gave a power point talk about geo-engineering and many bands travelled from as far afield as Derby, Bournemouth and Kent to share a message in their music which was specific to environmental issues.

The Tree of Hope Childrens charity had a stall among others and £105 was raised for the charity on the day from the sale of t-shirts from Inspire, vegan cakes made by Rachel Stoors and a ‘guess the number of sweets in a jar’ competition, donated by ESK, and won by Lily Neal, of London Road.


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