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Sunny summer fete at Mullion Football Club: PICTURES
8:00am Sunday 1st September 2013 in News
Mullion Football Club has achieved its goal of a successful fundraising fete last Sunday, raising £380 for club funds.
A separate raffle made £31 for St Julia’s Hospice, as part of Cornwall Hospice Care.
Football club secretary Carolyn Norton said: “It was a lovely day with a steady stream of visitors.”
Visitors could enjoy various stalls, plus children’s fairground rides and a bouncy castle.
A treasure hunt was won by Lily Grimley, Reggie Meehan correctly solved a treasure map and Alex Carter won in the “guess my name” game.
Football skills workshops, run by Paul Williams, proved very popular with children who took part in them all afternoon.
The event gave the club the opportunity to open its new bar for the first time. The refurbishment work was funded by LWC Jollys. With new pumps sprucing up the look, the club has also reviewed and reduced its beer prices.
The club’s next event will be a charity fun run, again raising money for St Julia’s Hospice, Sunday, September 8. Registration will take place from 11am, ahead of the start of the run at noon. The club is urging all ages and abilities to take part, with prizes for the first person home, the first family home, first under 16 home and best fancy dress.
There will then be a barbecue and children’s entertainment from 1pm.
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