Cash boost for Gosberton Summer Fair from developer
Gosberton's annual summer fair this Sunday has received a cash boost from Bourne-based developer Allison Homes.
Jane Parker (right), of Gosberton and District Community Action Team (GCAT) which runs the fair on the village playing field from 10.30am until 4pm, was presented with £250 by Charlotte Barber of the Larkfleet Homes Community Fund to help fund the event.
The summer fair, the second organised by GCAT, takes place on the village playing field from 10:30am until 4pm and attractions will include vintage vehicles and tractors, face painting, bouncy castle, craft and food aisles, beer tent and an ice-cream stall for children.
There will also be stalls manned by village groups and charitable organisations, such as the Good Neighbour Scheme and the Royal British Legion.
Meanwhile, the main show ring will host attractions which includes a brass band.
Jane Parker, of GCAT, said: “Our aim is to bring the community together with our projects and events.
"The funding from Allison Homes will help to finance activities at the summer fair.”
Karl Hick, chief executive officer for Allison Homes, said: “A community is more than just houses and so when we are building new homes, we want to support the local groups that our residents can participate in to help build a real community.”