Clay Coton Country Fayre

July 10, 2016

We are so excited to announce our first fundraising event – the Clay Coton Country Fayre! This is happening on the 20th August, on the border of Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Warwickshire. Capturing the essence of a traditional English summer, we are providing a fun filled fantastic summer’s day out for all the family, in the heart of the rural countryside. From live music, pony rides, vintage food and drink, summer games, tractor rides, traditional cake and vegetable competitions, a dog show, fairground rides and games, farm animals, and much much more, this is going to be an unforgettable magical summer’s day for everyone!

The event is FREE entry, and starts at 1pm. Please see our posters for more information, and check back here and on our Facebook page for up to date information!

If you are a local or rural business, and would like a stand, please email Katherine@Adaptinglife.org for all our information. We would love to have you! We are looking for vintage, rural, local and other stall holders, including artists, crafters, activities, food providers and anything else if you think it would fit! We
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We would also welcome any volunteers for the day itself! Please get in touch if you can spare a few hours to help us make this event the absolute best it can be!

In addition to our existing sponsors, we invite any individual or business to sponsor the event, or any part of it. Please contact us by email in the first instance at Katherine@adaptinglife.org.


We can’t wait for the 20th of August, and look forward to seeing you all there!

 

 

Sponsored by Art by Carolyn Bailey, Kilsby Groom Room, Animal Auntie, Frosts Rosettes, Whittlebury Hall and The Creative Pad

By Katherine

Katherine is a mother of 2, writer, designer, photographer, creative spirit, partner of Nick, lover of coffee in the morning, tea in the afternoon, and wine in the evening. She enjoys the outdoors, animals and nature, and craves the beach and the quiet. Katherine and Nick run Adapting Life together to raise hope for those diagnosed with a chronic illness and help those affected achieve their dreams and aspirations.

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