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Flood Aid: FAMILY
Sunday 27th July 2014
Central Park, Boston, Lincolnshire, England.
10am - 4pm
The community celebration continues in Central Park on the Sunday with a more chilled out community fun day affair for families and their children. With live acoustic music and young theatre performers onstage, numerous fun stalls for kids to enjoy. It's a second day for those who couldn't attend the Saturday, or who want something slightly less noisy. Let's come together one last time and raise even more for the victims of the Boston flood.
Singer Becky Jayne, Transported, bouncy castle, cream teas and snacks, a juice bar, graffiti boards, Thai-chi, face painting and much much more. As well as a banging soundtrack from Boston's community radio station Endeavour Radio and a chance to become a flood warden, expert advice to learn about what really happened last year and the preventative measures available.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries or leave a message on the Flood Aid Facebook page. www.facebook.com/floodaidboston
Important, please read.
When you attend on the day, please make sure to bring your printed paper ticket with you, to enable us to book you in. If you don't have this, you will not be allowed entry. Should there be any issues in the holding of this event you will be refunded.
When & Where
Flood Aid Boston 2014
Organised by Dylan Taylor, Station Manager of Boston's community radio station Endeavour Radio, who were also hit by the flood and Julie Collishaw of Sagemuse Events, with help from Jimmy May of 50 Sniffs fame. Originally an idea of Tom Lee's.
We've seen the community come together when the town needed it, the community spirit is alive and well in Boston. Now let's all come together for a celebration of local music and raise a massive amount of money which we can then make available to those who may have been rejected before and along with the other funding available, help communities invest in what is needed to prevent such a tragedy from ever happening again.