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Family-friendly music festival fundraiser for East Carleton disability home

PUBLISHED: 17:00 17 May 2017

The Grove Leonard Cheshire Disability home in East Carleton. Picture: SONYA DUNCAN

The Grove Leonard Cheshire Disability home in East Carleton. Picture: SONYA DUNCAN

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Music-lovers will be able to enjoy live entertainment at a charity summer festival.

The fundraiser for The Grove - a Leonard Cheshire Disability care home - in East Carleton, is happening on June 10.

It will be taking place on the grounds of the home, on Scott’s Hill, from 11am-6pm.

This will be the first time the home has put on a music festival day.

The Grove provides support and nursing care for disabled adults.

Visitors at the family-friendly gig will enjoy acoustic, folk and country music talents including The Ludham Pikes, Janine Marsden and Tony Park, Billie Hurren, Fezziwig and The Triangle Band.

Tickets are available in advance at a discount price of £8 per adult. The festival is free for under 16s.

On the day wristbands will be £10 at the gate for anyone aged 16 or over. Dogs on leads are welcome.

Call Antonella Parker-Hall on 01508 579879.

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