The P4P festival of family fun and live music returns to Littleton Manor Farm in Reigate on Saturday 24 – Sunday 25 August, once again raising money for good causes.
Full information is available on the P4P website.
“The Evans, from Reigate, have been running the P4P festival for 10 years in memory of their son Patrick who died in a skiing accident in the French Alps in 2009. He was 21.
The festival is full of family fun and live music over the August bank holiday and will be held at Littleton Manor Farm in Reigate.
Proceeds from the event go to the Patrick Evans Foundation which supports a range of local organisations by helping those with illness and disease, supporting individuals and families dealing with bereavement and loss, creating healthy sporting opportunities for young people, and promoting safety in sporting activities.
Confirmed acts at this year’s P4P include: Milly McCarron, Modern Strangers, ‘BBC Introducing’ artist Lauren Ray, local band Remember Monday who featured on The Voice, fresh UK rap artist Lucan Mills, and local favourites Take Cover, Andrew Maxwell Morris and Wandering Wires.
Other attractions include food stalls, face painting, bouncy castle and a silent disco.
Tickets for both days, with optional camping included, are just £30 for adults and £20 for under 18s. Family tickets for two adults and three under 18s are £60.”
All tickets can be bought from the P4P website.