Bouncy castles, face painting and children’s entertainment are to feature in a charity fun day being held in Bury St Edmunds on Sunday.
Nikki Macaulay Hall and her sister-in-law, Lucy Hall, have organised the fun day to raise funds for Saying Goodbye, a charity that supports people who have suffered the loss of a baby during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy.
The event is being held in memory of Nikki’s daughter, Winnie Belle Macaulay Hall, who was stillborn last year and would have celebrated her first birthday tomorrow.
Paw Patrol’s Chase and Marshall and CBeebies’ Bing will be on hand to have their photographs taken with children, while bouncy castles, face painting and a colouring competition will also add to their fun.
Visitors will have the chance to enjoy baked goods from the cake stall, win ‘amazing’ prizes in a tombola and raffle, and grab a bargain at the nearly new sale, which will be selling all things maternity, baby or child related.
It will take place at the Moreton Hall Community Centre, in Symonds Road, from 11am-2pm, with entry costing adults 50p and children going free.
To find out more about the charity go to www.sayinggoodbye.org.