Freedom Festival benefits worthy causes

Wiltshire Times: Anna, seven, has her face painted  by Sarah Wilkins at the Freedom Festival at Westbury Gardens, Bradford On Avon, on Saturday Anna, seven, has her face painted by Sarah Wilkins at the Freedom Festival at Westbury Gardens, Bradford On Avon, on Saturday

Bradford on Avon Community Church held another successful Freedom Festival in Westbury Gardens on Saturday.

Families enjoyed face painting, live music and a barbecue, while raising money for the charities Dorothy House Hospice Care and Revelation Life.

The event is a non-profit community project run by the church, located in St Margaret’s Street, and there was an area for prayer, a children’s zone and an exploration zone about the town’s spiritual history and heritage.

Organiser Chris Brown said: “The day was very successful. It has grown over the last five years.

“We have always supported these charities. Dorothy House is a good local cause and Revelation Life is a charity that we as a church support regularly. People from our church have visited the work they do in Uganda.”

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