fun day set to be held in Brent Knoll today
family fun day will be held in Brent Knoll today (Saturday, September
8th) to mark the 50th anniversary of the National Autistic Society.
The fete and garden party will be held at Somerset Court, near
the Fox and Goose pub, and will be open to the public from 12pm-6pm.
will be live music throughout the afternoon headlined by the popular
'Gingers', Rustique with Pete Beech, up and coming local young
singer/guitarist Nathaniel Topping, Jake Flood plus others. They
will be on stage undercover and there will also be a dance floor,"
one of the organisers, Sally Edwards, told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
the Bubbleman, will be making giant bubbles that have been increasingly
popular at local events over the summer.
will also be three bouncy castles, a fun stocks, games, craft
stalls, jewellery, clocks and other stalls, a food van, cream
teas and coffees, candy floss and sweet stands, ice cream, face
painting, an auction of favours, a raffle, tombola, bookstall
Rosy Benbow will also be coming all the way from Cardiff to perform
at the event. She often competes in leading competitions and performs
in London with the Arabian Dance Theatre and other top dance groups.
Court has been part of the National Autistic Society since 1983
and provides combined residential and day care services for adults
with autism within a 26 acre site.
get to Somerset Court, turn right into Harp Road by the Fox and
Goose pub, then as you go over the top of the bridge turn right
into Somerset Court.
National Autistic Society came into existence 50 years ago as
a small group of friends determined to transform the lives of
people affected by autism. Today it is the UK's leading autism
charity and a national society of friends.