Oak Fest a Huge Success!

We were delighted to host the family fun biennial Village Show at Oak Farm, Ditton Priors, in Bridgnorth.  Our day opportunity, Oak Farm in Bridgnorth provides a working farm environment for the people we support.

Fuelled with enthusiasm, the team at Oak Farm put hours of preparation and dedication into making sure the show was a huge success!  With a mixture of craft stalls, live entertainment, displays, food & drink, the event also welcomed a staggering number of dogs and their owners to enter the infamous Dog Show.  Waggiest tail, prettiest eyes, shiniest coat, best rescue and worker’s choice, there was a class for every dog to enter.  With the sun shining, the village show was  everything we love about a Great British Summers outdoors!

Ceri Burgess – Oak Farm Manager said:

“We would like to say a special thanks to all the volunteers, OFFA (Oak Farm Friends Association), the people we support and staff team who have worked hard behind the scenes to prepare for today. Thank you to our stall holders and entertainment, to all the dogs/owners who took part in the show and a massive thank you to everyone who came along to support this wonderful event.”

“We have raised an incredible £2,500 for Oak Farm, which after the last 2 years of not being able to fundraise at all, will be a great investment for Oak Farm! This money will go towards helping improve the service we offer to the people we support and extend the opportunities available to them.”

“We run Oakfest on a biennial basis, so we look forward to seeing you all again for the next one in 2024!”

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