The Rosie May Foundation will hold a family fun day on Sunday, August 14, to raise money for a new project.
The event and annual information day for the charity – founded in memory of Bottesford girl Rosie May Storrie who was murdered in 2003 aged 10 – is to raise money for a new partnership with David Rose and the Eco-Centre Community Care Farm at Screveton, near Bingham.
It is part of the foundation’s project working with rural communities and a women’s progressive group in Nepal to help grow crops and improve livelihoods of families.
The day is farm-themed and entails a 5k farm run and a family nature trail crossing arable and grass grazing land and woodland. Participating families will see lots of beautiful wildlife and habitats to explore that the eco-centre helps manage and sustain.
There will also be a ‘British Scone Bake Off’ on the farm.
Organiser Clarissa Norwak said: “It will be a really fun, active and educational day, perfect for families.”
Admission is free. It will cost £12 on the day to take part in the fun run (£5 if you register in advance), £10 for a farm trail family ticket and £5 for a single ticket. Tickets for the farm trail include scone-making.
For details or to book, call 07958 138028 or email farm firstname.lastname@example.org