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Day centre to hold summer fete

PUBLISHED: 16:03 27 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:08 30 July 2018

Last year's summer fete. Picture: Astley Day Centre

Last year's summer fete. Picture: Astley Day Centre

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Astley Day Centre will be holding a summer fete this weekend, which promises to be fun for all.

Certitude, working in partnership with the Friends of Astley Fundraising Group, will be holding a the at the day centre in Magpie Hall Lane on Saturday (July 28) from 1-4pm.

The event will have something for everyone – from stalls and games to tai chi exercise, disco, and who can forget about a quintessential Summer BBQ along with tea and cake?

Astley Day Centre is run by Certitude, and offers support and activities for people in the local community who have learning disabilities and autism. Money raised from the event will be used to fund extra resources and activities.

Sue Burgess from Certitude said: “The Summer Fete is always great fun! An opportunity for us to invite the local community to Astley and see the wonderful things that happen here.

“We want everyone to have a great day, visit our stalls and support us in raising funds for Assistive Technology and Sensory Equipment for people we support.

“We hope to see many of you there!”

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