Fundraising continues

This year’s Broseley Festival was another huge success, with over 5,500 visitors packing the streets of the town at the top of the Gorge. Co-organiser Daniel Glaze says, “The committee would like to thank everyone who attended and made it such a success.”

And the Festival feelgood factor is set to carry on, as on Saturday 21 September a Motown Night will feature Baby Love and DJ Barry Davies, then on Saturday 12 October, the committee deliver a ska night with performances from Skaburst and DJ Barry Davies. On Sunday 27 October, Broseley Festival’s ‘not so scary’ Halloween Float will be making its way around the streets, starting at 5pm from the Library car park.

See visitbroseley.co.uk or see the Broseley Festival Facebook page for full details.

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