If a fun-filled day out featuring live music, tasty food and family friendly entertainment sounds like your kind of thing, then St Catherine's Hospice brand new Live at the Lake is for YOU!


Come along and enjoy an afternoon of tribute tunes, by Re-Take That and MacBusted, while raising funds for your local hospice.


Taking place on Saturday 8 September in Tilgate Park, Crawley, the festival inspired event starts at 2pm with a live DJ from 3pm, a children's disco tent, entertainment, merchandise stalls and an inflatable dragon. There'll also be a bar and refreshments with a percentage of profits going to St Catherine's. After enjoying the afternoon's festivities, MacBusted will take to the stage at 5pm, followed by Re-Take That at 6.30pm.


Money raised from Live at the Lake will help provide local terminally ill people in your community with expert care when it's needed most. At the moment, St Catherine's can only care for one in three local people who need it, but with your support, the local charity can be there to care for everyone.


Tom Abbott, Community and Events Fundraising Manager at St Catherine's said: "Live at the Lake is set to be a fantastic event with great performances. We know previous live music events in Tilgate Park have been well supported by our community, so we hope lots of you will join us for our very first Live at the Lake. Your support is vital in helping us care for everyone who needs us, and we look forward to providing you with a lively day out ahead of our annual Dragon Boat Festival the next day.


Ready to party? Gather your family and friends and join us for an afternoon of family friendly fun! Buy your tickets online at: www.stch.org.uk/lake or call Hannah Shorter in St Catherine's Events Team on 01293 447364. Take That chance to grab your tickets at a special early bird rate too!

The first 100 adult tickets are £10 and the first 100 children's tickets are £5. Following that, tickets are £16 for adults, £8 for children or £40 for a family ticket (Two adults and two children, or one adult and three children).


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