By Haddenham Webteam - 12th June 2019 11:00am
Summerfest 2019 takes place on Saturday 6th July.
Every year this wonderful event raises substantial funds for local good causes. To achieve this, organisers depend very much on the kind efforts of a huge team of volunteers and the generosity of sponsors. More help is requested for this year's event.
A huge thank you to all those wonderful volunteers who have already signed up to helping this year. Organisers could do with a few more helpers, especially for the later shifts (5pm onwards) and for clearing up on Sunday (7th July). If you'd like to volunteer please drop an email to: email@example.com
If you're quick there's still the opportunity to sponsor a barrel too! You don't have to be a business to do this — any special occasion could be an excuse to have your name in the programme and support a great local event. For more details please see the website http://www.summerfest.org.uk or email Allan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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