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[11 DEC 98] RASE PRESS RELEASE
Calling All Local Charities

Local charities have an ideal chance to gain much-needed funds and profile at the Midlands biggest family fun day out - the 1999 Town & Country Festival (28-30 August).

Free promotional sites at the festival and substantial cash donations are up for grabs for three smaller charities active throughout Warwickshire and the West Midlands.

Festival organiser, the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE), has been supporting dozens of causes, from village park farms to church appeals, throughout the festival's 28-year history.

Interested charities should apply by Monday 4 January, with a brief description of their work, to Kay Garner, Town & Country Festival Manager, RASE, NAC Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LZ or e-mail kayg@rase.org.uk

Kay Garner said:

"This is a golden opportunity for charities to promote themselves in front of an audience of around 115,000 visitors at the Midlands premier family event."

NOTES

1) For further information contact Andrew Waters, RASE Events Press Officer, on (01203) 696969.

2) Previous local charities include: Mary Ann Evans Hospice (Nuneaton); Coventry Snowdrop Appeal. Shakespeare Hospice. Walsgrave Hospital Cancer Ward Appeal (Coventry); Rainbow Animal Sanctuary (Birdingbury); Myton Hamlet Hospice; Coventry Holy Trinity Spire Appeal; Helen Ley House; Rugby Animal Sanctuary; Mercia MS Therapy (Coventry). and ExtraCare.
   

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