By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 March 2011 • 11:19
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A FAMILY and Trade Fayre is being held in aid of Tomas Leighton on Sunday, March 27 at Benalmadena International College. The event will start at 11am and go on until 6pm, and includes something for all the family, such as bouncy castle, face painting, Beat the Goalie, football competitions, netball challenges and many other activities for both children and adults.
There will be ladies’ fashion (clothes, jewellery, underwear, shoes, bags, etc), a variety of unique craft stalls, some of the costa’s best entertainers, including Ricky Lavazza, Trevor Brooks, Maxine and Brian Warner and Lynn Fisher; wine tasting and speciality beers, clairvoyant readings, homemade cakes, ice-cream, food and refreshments, natural therapies, health and beauty, live outdoor radio broadcasting, and several other stalls including the PAD animal charity and the diabetic society.
For your business to be represented, or to be included in the list of sponsors of the event which will be given to all visitors on the day, please phone Sarah on 671 384 961 or Jon on 628 562 580.
Only a small donation (from €20) secures your involvement or sponsorship and 100 per cent of this donation will go to help Tomas.
Tomas is six years old and has Cerebral Palsy, is virtually blind, has epilepsy and global learning difficulties. This event will raise funds to help to ensure Tomas continues to receive the vital treatments he needs to continue learning to walk, talk and learn, as well as for future stem cell treatments.
The BIC is at Nueva Torrequebrada, Benalmadena Costa (next to Mercadona, two minutes from the Flathotel, just off the N340 coast road)
For more information, visit www.tlc-charity.com
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