First time Muston Fest is a hit with villagers

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The first Muston Fest attracted crowds of more than two hundred people who flocked to the event in the beautiful gardens of Glebe House.

Attractions included stalls of Help for Heroes and World War One as well as a giant inflated assault course. Tea and cakes were served throughout the day with a licensed bar serving evening refreshment.

An open-air concert featured performances from Muston Brass Ensemble, Twelve to the Bar, Alice Wong, Moscow Trip and Belvoir Academy.

The event raised £2,000 for St John the Baptist Church and Help for Heroes.