Award winning festival

Broseley Festival organisers were named best volunteers in the Midlands at an annual awards ceremony. The Midland’s Business and Community Charity Awards recognised the organisers’ commitment to ensure that the music festival was funded and that it benefitted the community, by awarding them the Volunteer of the Year Award.

Over £120,000 has been raised by the volunteers since 2014 and the event this year attracted over 8,000 people. The committee is currently panning to hold this year’s event in June with ideas of even more growth and expansion, including a possible change of location.

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