More than £400 raised to provide free children’s rides at this year’s Whittlesey Festival
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More than £400 has been raised by the Whittlesey Festival Committee after they held a coffee morning.
The money will go towards providing as many children’s free rides as possible at the 11th annual Whittlesey Festival this year.
The coffee morning took place at Whittlesey Christian Church in Broad Street.
Home-made cakes were donated by the public and family and friends.
There was also a raffle and entertainment from singer and musician Peter Griggs from Norfolk who encouraged everyone to sing-along to some well-known favourites.
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The Festival Committee would like to thank all those who helped make this a successful event and are grateful to those who donated raffle prizes.
The Whittlesey Festival will officially be opened by mayor Cllr Julie Windle and deputy mayor Cllr David Mason on Sunday September 9.
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If you would like to know more about the Festival or would like to get involved please contact Brian Smithyman on 01733 752093 or email firstname.lastname@example.org