More than £1,000 raised for air ambulance charity

PUBLISHED: 19:00 30 June 2014

Chris and Mike Harris at Warren Farm Holiday Centre's summer fete.

Chris and Mike Harris at Warren Farm Holiday Centre's summer fete.

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MORE THAN £1,000 has been donated to charity thanks to a summer fete in Brean.

Mike Harris, Director at Warren Farm Holiday Centre, on the Dunk Tank at Warren Farm Holiday Centre's summer fete.Mike Harris, Director at Warren Farm Holiday Centre, on the Dunk Tank at Warren Farm Holiday Centre's summer fete.

Warren Farm Holiday Centre, in Warren Road, held its annual fete on Saturday, raising a total of £1,073.67 for the 
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.

Mike Harris, the centre’s director, said: “We’re thrilled to have raised this amount for the air ambulance, and a huge thanks goes out to everybody who supported the event.

“We couldn’t have wished for a better day, crowds of people soaked up the sunshine while enjoying entertainment and joining in the festivities, all for a worthy cause.”

One unusual way to cool off during the fete came thanks to a ‘dunk tank’, where fearless volunteers were suspended above a tank of water and plunged into the pool below when others managed to hit a special target.

Mr Harris said: “The dunk tank was very popular and we had a lot of volunteers willing to get involved. It was a great day all round.”

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