All the fun of the fete at Hampson Park event to support caring charities in Stevenage
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A community fete which aims to support Stevenage Food Bank and Carers in Hertfordshire, will take over Hampson Park and its Community Centre on Saturday, June 10.
The event runs from 12pm to 4pm at the centre off Webb Rise.
There will be lots of stalls with handmade products, sweet treats, beauty items and gifts for Father’s Day.
There is a ‘win every time’ tombola and lucky dip, face painting and glitter tattoos and the first 50 children to get them get a free punch balloon.
Refreshments will be available and a huge raffle with big prizes, all in support of the two causes.
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Stevenage mayor Pam Stuart will open the event and children’s characters and Stevenage’s 360 Play mascots Twizzle and Twirl will be there for the kids.
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