Furzedown Festival's summer of fun

August 25, 2015

We are very proud to be part of the Furzedown festival which has been so special this year, with events running throughout the summer.

 

At the Big Day Out on 13 June we raised over £2,000 selling half-price Heyland & Whittle goodies and lots of plants, including lovely home-made window boxes. Thank you to everyone who supported us!

We also had an interesting Valuation Day in June with three friendly and knowledgable experts from Rosebery's Auction House who helped local residents gain an insight into all the treasures they brought along.

The FACE Garden Gig was held on Sunday 21 June - a feast with the Feasts, who provided a delicious barbeque meal with great music from Simon Prager & Doc Stenson.

Also throughout the summer green-fingered Stu has been selling plants to help raise money and we've been selling tickets for our Charity Raffle, to be drawn on 3 October.

 

Thanks to FCN for doing such a great job running the events and helping us raise money for local charities.

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Registered under the Gambling Act 2005 with Wandsworth Borough Council Promoter: FACE Alan Feast, 49 Chillerton Road London SW17 9BE

Monies are being raised for the MND Association: Charity Registered No. 294354 and St George’s Hospital Charity: Registered Charity No. 241527 and will be divided equally. Any money donated to St George’s Hospital is used to provide extra benefits for patients and staff, and is not used to substitute government funding of core NHS services.