Published: 00:01, 13 April 2019
The Martha Trust charity is once again set for another flamboyant festival, providing a full day of music, food and fun.
The event takes place on Sunday, June 30 from noon to 8pm, at Solley’s Ice Cream Parlour inRipple.
Parkside, featuring Thomas Abrahams, Gypskazz and Andy Lawrence are among those performing.Rock and Blues band Your Shout and the Lofty Harris boys and The Upstarts complete the line-up.
Food vendors will be serving snacks and refreshments, with services such as facepainting and twinkle hair also available.
20% of all proceedings earned by vendors go to Martha Trust.
Keith Morrison, Director of Solley’s Ice Cream said “The Martha Trust is a fabulous and worthy local charity and Solley’s Farms Ice-cream is delighted to be hosting this event again at Ripple.
"Last year’s event was amazing so get your tickets early and look forward to seeing everyone on Sunday, June 30”.
Other sponsors for the event include Jenkinson Estates, Barclays, Premier Signs & Graphics, Brandon Tool Hire, Marc One Security, Roger J Goldfinch & Sons & Mark One Sound & Light.
Tickets are available online at marthatrust.org.uk/musiconthefarm.
Alternatively, call Fundraising at 01304 610448.
Tickets also for sale in Solley’s Ice Cream Parlour.
Gazebo tickets are permanently sold out.
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