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Langtoft Festival raises money for children’s brain tumour charity Anna’s Hope





Festival-goers enjoyed live music, games, performances and a chance to watch England in the Euros at a village event.

Langtoft Festival attracted big crowds on Saturday (July 6) as people gathered at The Pavilion Sports Field for an action-packed day.

A football fan zone was set up for those wanting to watch the Three Lions take on Switzerland in the quarter finals of Euro 2024 alongside an inflatable football dartboard and a penalty shoot-out competition.

Crowds enjoy the music. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Crowds enjoy the music. Photo: Chris Lowndes

The festival fun also included children’s entertainment, crafts, stalls and a dog show.

It was organised by Liz Jarman, Natalie Stygall and Diane Valentine. Natalie said: “It was absolutely amazing. A few performances had to be cancelled at the last minute due to the rain, but the sunshine soon came out along with the footfall.

“We had more than 1,000 people attend and raised around £550 for Anna's Hope.”

Brothers Alfie and Spencer Chapman try out the blood bikes with Lee Howell and Rob Hastings. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Brothers Alfie and Spencer Chapman try out the blood bikes with Lee Howell and Rob Hastings. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Members of Market Deeping Tang Soo Do. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Members of Market Deeping Tang Soo Do. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Clara Elliott, Amelia Knowes and Daisy Dickie visited the face painter. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Clara Elliott, Amelia Knowes and Daisy Dickie visited the face painter. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Ben, Andy and Wendy and two-year-old Conan Stroud dance to the music. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Ben, Andy and Wendy and two-year-old Conan Stroud dance to the music. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Anna's Hope supporters Jinny, Carole, Claire, Charlie, Kim, Anna and Siobhan. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Anna's Hope supporters Jinny, Carole, Claire, Charlie, Kim, Anna and Siobhan. Photo: Chris Lowndes

The festival will return on Saturday, July 5 next year.



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