Taken from article in the Surrey Comet and the Guardian by reporter Laura Proto
A Magician, Easter Egg Hunt and Tombola were all part of the fun hosted by Sunrise of Weybridge at its annual spring fair.
The afternoon, at the residential home in Ellesmere Road, treated people to a performance from Surrey harpist Rebeca Jones, a range of stalls, tombola and a raffle, with proceeds going to charity.
Magician Theo Theodoris also left the audience memorised by his display of interactive magic and children were treated to an Easter egg hunt, with eggs hidden all over the Sunrise community.
Michelle Wells, community relations associate at Sunrise of Weybridge said: “It was a wonderful afternoon. The residents really enjoyed themselves. All of us are still wondering what the secrets are behind the amazing magic tricks.
“We are delighted that we managed to raise such a fantastic amount for both our chosen charities – especially as they are so close to our hearts.”
The fair was in aid of two charities chosen by residents, Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Surrey Air Ambulance
Ed. Theo from Sutton in Surrey made Balloon Models for both children and residents. The residents loved the balloon flowers and the children loved the balloon hats. The children had great fun with Theo’s Plate Spinning and the residents, with a little assistance from Theo were able to join in as well.
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