Organisers hope Norfolk village festival will raise £6,000
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Organisers of a North Norfolk festival hope to raise £6,000 to buy revolutionary new equipment to help people at a care home with dementia enjoy a better quality of life.
Bosses at the Ingham Festival, near Stalham, are promising a weekend of fun, free of charge, with food and craft fairs on both days, Saturday and Sunday, July 22/23, from 10am to 4pm.
It will be held at Ingham village hall and there will be a fun dog show from noon on Saturday, classes for everyone, falconry displays, pet a pony, bar, barbecue, refreshments, and stalls for every taste.
The Muddy Broad blues band will be playing live from 7.30pm on Saturday.
And luxury prizes can be won in a grand prize draw.
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Money raised will help residents at Hickling House care home in Town Street, Hickling.
Tickets for the live performance are £7.50 and available from organiser Jayne Kidman on 07920102931.
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