Party on the field raises over £4,000 for local charities.
Keen holiday makers partied the day away to help raise funds for the Health Tree Foundation (HTF) at Scunthorpe General Hospital and the Air Ambulance.
Last year’s event saw fundraisers Lee and Emma Clay raise a fantastic £2,800, with this year’s event raising over an outstanding £4,000 to help the two charities.
The event is in the second year of running and took place at White House Farm camp site, Misterton with over 400 joining in to party on the field.
The Clay family organise the event to thank the neonatal unit at Scunthorpe Hospital, who looked after their baby boy Alfie after Emma had an emergency caesarean at 28 weeks due to having pneumonia.
Scrubs the Bear, the HTF official charity mascot also attended the event and posed for photos with event attendees.
Event organisers Lee and Emma Clay said: “We would like to thank everybody who helped the day be a huge success, and to the companies who kindly donated their time and equipment for the event.
“We are over the moon that we have doubled the donations from last year’s event. The donations will make a huge difference to families.”
The HTF is the official charity for Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust.
HTF community champion Hayley Thompson said: “Myself and Scrubs the bear had a great time attending the event. It is so wonderful to see so many supporters from across the UK attending the party on the field.
“We are truly grateful for all the effort Lee an Emma have put into organising the event, because of their help we are able to provide a better experience for our babies and families who attend the neonatal intensive care unit at the hospital.”
If you would like more information about the HTF or would like to know more about the charity, please contact Hayley Thompson on: 03033 305672 or email: Hayley.firstname.lastname@example.org