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Open day at Naomi House
NAOMI House and jacksplace hospices care for children and young people from across the region, and those who would like to find out more about the vital work being done can go along to an open day this month.
The hospices are holding an open day and fete on Sunday, September 15, when visitors can see firsthand the difference being made to people’s lives, as well as enjoying activities including bouncy castles, a tombola, a petting farm, animal displays, shops and stalls, and blue light vehicles.
There will also be a barbecue and home-made cakes available for purchase.
Vintage buses will be providing a free park and ride service from Forest Edge Kart Club in Barton Stacey, which will transport visitors directly on to the grounds of the hospice.
Free disabled parking will also be available at Naomi House itself.
Events fundraiser Nicole Denison said: “The Naomi House and jacksplace open day and fete is the one opportunity each year for the general public to get a firsthand experience of the hospices.
“It provides the community with a better understanding of what we do and how we do it.
“The nature of the event means that it is suitable for the whole family, making it a guaranteed fun day out as well as the perfect opportunity for the hospice to raise even more funds to support the work that we do.”
The grounds will be open to visitors from 11am onwards, with last entry at 4pm.
Entry costs £2.50 for adults and £1 for children.
Under 5s go free.
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