On Saturday 24th September between 11am and 4pm, local HIV charity The Sussex Beacon will be holding an ‘Autumn Leaves’ fete in its garden on Bevendean Road, Brighton.
Entry to the family fun day is free and there will be a range of stalls, refreshments and entertainment. Money raised by the stalls will go directly towards helping people living with HIV in Sussex.
Councillor Pete West, the mayor of Brighton and Hove, will be attending the fete to unveil a new summerhouse kindly donated by local community organisation, Bear Patrol.
Simon Dowe, CEO of The Sussex Beacon said “The Sussex Beacon is lucky to have a beautiful garden and our fete is a great opportunity to open it up to the public. There’ll be some fantastic entertainment throughout the day so please come along, have fun and show your support for a great cause.”
Stalls at the fete will include traditional favourites including a coconut shy, hook a duck, whack-a-rat, a tombola and a raffle.
The ‘Autumn Leaves” fete is kindly supported by E3 entertainment agency and production company. It’s being held at The Sussex Beacon, 10 Bevendean Road, Brighton, BN2 4DE.
The Sussex Beacon provides specialist support and care for people living with HIV. The charity provides both inpatient and outpatient services to promote independence and improve health. For more information visit www.sussexbeacon.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org