Delyn MP David Hanson has met with the organisers of the forthcoming “Festival of Hope” to learn more about the economic benefits that it will bring to Flintshire.
The festival, which will take place over three evenings from the 26th to 28th June this year, will raise much needed money for the childrens hospices Ty Gobaith and Hope House. The festival will assist in providing a much needed life-line of funding for the organisation. The festival will be in the beautiful grounds of Gwysaney Hall in Mold and promises to be an unforgettable experience.
David Hanson said:
“The Festival of Hope looks set to be one of the local cultural highlights of the year with an estimated audience of 4,000 people attending the festival each day.
“Funds raised from the three day event will go towards the childrens hospices Ty Gobaith and Hope House which do such an important job in helping children and families when they need it the most.”