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Organisers hope Norfolk village festival will raise £6,000

The Ingham Festival will be held next weekend. Picture shows The Ingham Swan and the village church.

The Ingham Festival will be held next weekend. Picture shows The Ingham Swan and the village church.

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Organisers of a North Norfolk festival hope to raise £6,000 to buy revolutionary new equipment to help people at a care home with dementia enjoy a better quality of life.

Bosses at the Ingham Festival, near Stalham, are promising a weekend of fun, free of charge, with food and craft fairs on both days, Saturday and Sunday, July 22/23, from 10am to 4pm.

It will be held at Ingham village hall and there will be a fun dog show from noon on Saturday, classes for everyone, falconry displays, pet a pony, bar, barbecue, refreshments, and stalls for every taste.

The Muddy Broad blues band will be playing live from 7.30pm on Saturday.

And luxury prizes can be won in a grand prize draw.

Money raised will help residents at Hickling House care home in Town Street, Hickling.

Tickets for the live performance are £7.50 and available from organiser Jayne Kidman on 07920102931.

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