On 7th July, Accuro held the Jazz Picnic at Bridge End Gardens, and raised £1,235.80 for the charity.
The West Essex charity that supports children, young people and adults with a disability welcomed over 100 guests to the charity fundraiser. There was face painting for children, refreshments served by community group, Diamond Ladies and a great spirit of community.
On the day, a variety of local musicians performed featuring Garden Youth Music Project, Pure Rhythm, Megan & Charlotte Simpson, Abigail DC-Biggs, Joanna Eden, Dave Olney, Lynne Olney, Catherine Hunter, Kevin Sporle and Troubadour.
The Deputy Mayor of Saffron Walden was also in attendance and congratulated the charity for putting on such a great event that not only showcased the beauty of the Gardens, but also brought together families, passers-by and avid community supporters.
Tiwa Odukoya, Communications and Community Fundraising Officer said: “This year’s Jazz Picnic was a great success. We are so glad to have spent the afternoon with regular community supporters as well as meet new faces that had not yet heard of our great charity. We are also very grateful for the local support we received from local supermarkets, The Scouts, Luxury Toilet Hire, Tim Atkinson’s team from Fairycroft Media and Arts Centre for their sound support and our event sponsors Amherst Homes and Saffron Walden Town Council.”
Please visit our Facebook Page to view the latest pictures. Accuro will be launching details for their 2020 Summer Picnic later this year.