An invitation to other Charities
In these days of credit crunch and recession we must all pull together as the important work of Cancer Research UK and other good causes must carry on.
If you would like to have a stall at our event to sell goods or run a side show to raise money for your charity, community, good cause or not for profit organisation, we would love you to join us. We won't charge you to attend, just help us sell a few tickets in return.
At the beautiful Handcross Park School, on Sunday 6th September, we are planning to entertain 2000+ adults and children to a festival of music, fun and entertainment from 3.30 until 9.30pm. We have a proven 16 year track record of organising fantastic events - visit www.rockandrollball.co.uk for more information.
We are offering others a free outdoor pitch to advertise services, sell products and raise funds. We will not ask for any money for the stand - we appreciate that in recessionary times we need to come together to keep fund raising alive. All we ask is that you sell to your existing supporters around 40 - 50 tickets and let us know in advance what your stall will feature e.g. face painting, book stall, tombola, merchandise so we can make sure you are not alongside another pitch doing the same thing. After the event we ask that you let us know how much you raised for your cause.
The grounds will be open from midday for you to set up. Nearer the time we will send you a floor plan, information on car parking and access and a very small list of regulations!
An exciting line up of local and national bands and singers will give us over 5 hours of live music. We've already got the sensational new tribute band to Frankie Valli: Seasons and Lewis Dixon (well known by our supporters). There will be plenty of entertainment for the children and concessions for food and drink. There are ample parking and toilet facilities so rest assured we have made the logistics easy for you and everyone else.
Even without all this, Handcross Park School is a beautiful setting for a picnic on a summer Sunday, and tickets are keenly priced at £10 in advance for adults and £5 for children, making an investment of just £30 for a typical family of four. All in all we anticipate a large local attendance.