Charity event proves to be a great success
A LUXURIOUS charity event offering treats for residents was a big hit.
The first Hampton Treats For All event took place at the Hampton Vale Community Centre, raising money for The Rosie Campaign.
The Rosie Campaign, for a new maternity ward at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge has been set up to help research and treatment of HypoxicIschemic Encephalopathy (HIE).
At the event there was a a variety of stalls from local shops and businesses, a Minnie Mouse mascot, bouncy castle, face painter, Faye and the Desert Dancers and a charity raffle.
Organiser Nicola Burgess said the event had been a great success.
She said: “We raised £91.50 from the charity raffle.
“The day was a great success especially for being the first one, had roughly 200 people through the door.
She added: “We had great feedback from the stall holders that attended and cannot wait to attend the next one.”
Plans for the next event are now underway, with it scheduled to take place on August, with a further Christmas event on December 1.