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Smiler's Festival of Cricket set for Sunday in Abbey Lawn, Bourne; raising money for Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance, Calm, and Lincolnshire Rural Support Network


By East Kent Mercury Reporter


Bourne and Baston locals have the chance to replicate England's current Ashes performance in Smiler's Festival of Cricket.

The festival will start at 11am on Sunday (August 25th), on Abbey Lawn, Bourne.

Food and drink will be available, and other entertainment will be present throughout, including a fundraising raffle.

Abbey Lawn - Bourne v Bracebridge Heath cricket
Abbey Lawn - Bourne v Bracebridge Heath cricket

There will be cricket for juniors, men, and women, giving everyone a chance to show their skills.

The festival will also be raising money for three charities: Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance; CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), a movement against male suicide, and Lincolnshire Rural Support Network, which provides support to farming and rural people.



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