The bands are tuning up for Action’s ‘Gig in the Garden’
The music festival season is upon us and ‘Gig in the Garden’ is set to return to Suffolk on 8 July!
Fans of Jagger, Richards, Wood et al will love this year’s headline act which is none other than The Rolling Clones: a UK-based, internationally touring tribute act to one of the biggest bands in the world.
There’s a new venue this year too at a fabulous private site off Hoggars Lane, Mendlesham.
Action Medical Research’s Community Fundraising Manager for the region Lucy Hynes said: “This will be our fifth ‘Gig in the Garden’ event and we can’t wait!
“There’s always such a fun atmosphere for families with plenty of refreshments, children’s entertainment and of course live music for all to enjoy.”
Gates open at midday on Saturday 8 July with the festivities concluding at 11pm.
As well as live music on the two stages, children will get to enjoy huge a bubble show and face painting from Steff and Nonsense, bouncy castles, karts and craft activities.
Tickets are £15 with under 16s getting in for free! You can even pitch up a tent for the night – just make sure you book your pitch online.
Find out all the details on our website.
Action Medical Research is a UK-wide children’s charity which funds desperately needed research to tackle the diseases that devastate the lives of so many of our children. It has been funding medical breakthroughs since it began in 1952 including helping to introduce the first polio vaccines in the UK, developing the use of ultrasound in pregnancy and testing the rubella vaccine.
The charity is currently funding research into conditions including asthma, prematurity, epilepsy, meningitis, cerebral palsy, brain cancer and some rare and distressing conditions.
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Action Medical Research is a leading UK-wide charity saving and changing children’s lives through medical research. For 65 years we’ve helped pioneer ways to prevent disease and develop treatments benefiting millions of people. Our research has helped to beat polio in the UK, develop ultrasound in pregnancy, fight meningitis and prevent stillbirths. But we urgently need to develop more new treatments and cures for sick babies and children and we can’t do it without you.
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