THREE local charities were delighted to receive the proceeds from activities organised by Stockton Heath Festival 2018.
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace received a cheque for £1,940 from the proceeds of the auction and raffle at the Comedy Night hosted by the Slug & Lettuce, Stockton Heath.
The River Reeves Foundation received a cheque for £415.26 raised at the raffle on the final evening in the Festival Marquee during the performance of David Live, a David Bowie tribute act.
Walton Lea Project volunteers were presented with the Festival Cake provided annually by Waterfields Bakery, Stockton Heath.
Festival Director, David Craggs says: “The generosity of people who attended the Festival, local businesses and traders make these donations to local charities such a success. It is always rewarding to the volunteers who run the
Festival to see that all their hard work benefits other worthy causes in the local community.”
Pictured Left to right Ben & Sharon Dunne, River Reeves Foundation – Helen Curwen Comedy Night organiser – David Craggs, Festival Director – Emily Clough, Manager, Slug & Lettuce – Kate Deakin, Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.