Summer fete is a huge success!

Primrose Hospice raises over £5000 at Summer Fete

Primrose Hospice held their annual Summer Fete on Saturday 15th July.

Despite the initial rainy weather, which did not appear to put many people off, the fete was officially opened by Joanne Malin, News Presenter on BBC Midlands Today and BBC Hereford & Worcester radio, who stayed to enjoy the activities on offer after her grand opening.

The fete offered various fun children’s activities including traditional games hook the duck, tombola, pick a lolly and more.
Adults got to enjoy pimms, prosecco and Tardebigge cider, as well as a bottle tombola!

Fete goers also got to indulge in a huge cake selection, along with ice cream from Retro Lilly and hot pork baps and sausage rolls from Banners.

Entertainment included a bouncy castle, magic from local duo Charlie and Luke, live music from Primrose Choir, Helen Pearson, Keith Judson and Lickey End First School, plus dancing from Stage Door Dance Academy and Bromsgrove School of Dance.

A selection of classic cars were on display, as well as the RTV racing car and Glenys, the 1966 Morris Minor, who is a raffle prize donated by David Manners cars and currently being restored by Fuzz Townshend of Car SOS fame.