Picture gallery: Fabulous turn out for family fun day at Audley End Miniature Railway
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HUNDREDS of families enjoyed the sunshine, the rides, games, activities and the miniature trains at a hugely successful charity fun day on Tuesday.
The event was organised by Home-start Uttlesford and hosted at the Audley End Miniature Railway.
Trustee Kathryn Winfield, one of the event organisers, said: “It was a lovely atmosphere and we had such brilliant support from the community. One of the highlights was those volunteers who brought the families they work with to the day so that they could have fun as well.”
She added: “Thank you to Amanda Murray, our patron, who hosted the day and to all her staff who made it so special for Home-Start and its families. Thank you to all the Home-Start volunteers who came and worked on the stalls.”
The petting zoo and face painting were really popular stalls, as were the swings and bouncy castle.
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Visitors also enjoyed watching the 1940s-style obstacle race and meeting Stephen McGann, who starred as Dr Turner in BBC drama Call the Midwife.
The event has raised in excess of £4,000, with money still rolling in.
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