Festive family fun in Wisbech will help a homeless charity
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Festive family fun for all comes to Wisbech with a day of prizes, free face painting, free pizza and games to raise money for a homeless charity.
The Christmas family fun day is on Sunday December 7 from 1-4pm at the Ferry Project in Octavia View.
If you wear fancy dress to the event you will receive an extra free ticket for the prize draw.
There will be crafts, children’s entertainment and a chance to win a meal at Frankie and Benny’s.
Established in 1998, Luminus Ferry Project is an award-winning social enterprise and registered charity that helps homeless people in Fenland.
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The aim of the project is not simply to provide accommodation, but to give people the skills they need to enable them to live independently.
These include life skills such as cooking and cleaning, education courses, vocational training, volunteering and employment opportunities.
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“Ferry Project provides a short-term interaction in an individual’s life when they have an immediate need. Once we carry them to their destination, they move on,” said Keith Smith, founder and director of the Ferry Project.