High praise for summer festival

Children of all ages join in the festivities.

Children of all ages join in the festivities. - Credit: Archant

High praise for summer festival

Fun and games at High Kelling summer festival.

Fun and games at High Kelling summer festival. - Credit: Archant

Young and old alike turned out at a family fun day in High Kelling to raise money for charity.

Lloyd Court (Housing with Care) opens its doors for its summer festival on Sunday.

Among the attractions were a car cutting demonstration by firefighters from Holt; a children's fancy dress competition and a dog show.

The day raised a total of £1200 and the money is being split equally between four chosen worthy causes – The East Anglian Air Ambulance, The Alzheimer's Society, The Firefighters Charity and the Lloyd Court amenities fund, which funds entertainment and enrichment projects for the tenants at Lloyd Court.

Firefighters from Holt staged a mock exercise during the family fun day.

Firefighters from Holt staged a mock exercise during the family fun day. - Credit: Archant


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There was also a Welly Wanging championship in memory of resident Michael Rawson, who was killed following a collision with a car in January.

Karen Knight, NorseCare's Managing Director, said: 'It was great to see so many people at a community event for our housing with care scheme, supporting four great causes.'

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