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Hundreds enjoy Tesco fun day

Published: Monday 31st July 2017 at 20:00

Hundreds enjoy Tesco fun day

Hundreds took advantage of the great weather on Saturday and enjoyed over 25 stalls featuring mixture of games, food, crafts and local community groups.

At the event, which took place on the 29th July and was Tesco Brandon's 4th annual fun day, local community groups were given a free pitch to raise funds for themselves raising over £800 in total. 

Those groups included A.N.G.E.L.S, Dogs Protection, 1st Brandon Scouts, Brandon & District Rotary Club and many more.

Curtis Cronin Music entertained guests with his amazing vocal talents and kindly donated his services for the day, visitors were able to enjoy the music as they tucked into their lunch.

MB Street Dance of Weeting delighted crowds with two dance performances whilst Dawn til Dusk Falconry showed off their beautiful birds of prey.

Children were able to enjoy donkey rides, bouncy castles, ice cream and a number of games.

Tesco Colleagues Lianne Spooner, Sam Vare, Lydia Owen, Sarah Bond and Ann Elrick supported the fun day, raising £707.85 for Diabetes UK and British Heart Foundation.

Tesco Brandon's Community Champion and organiser of the event, Lianne Spooner, thanked those who supported her on making a success of this event including: Brightstar Designs and Photography, Chilterns Brandon, Brandon Remembrance Playing Fields as well as those who promoted, came to and supported the day itself.

"I would like to thank everyone for their support in making this event such a success and for such a worthwhile cause, I am looking forward to start planning next years event later on in the year", Lianne said.

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