Music festival and charity announce partnership

Reepham Festival and Break charity have announced a partnership for RFestival 24, the annual summer music event, with the main stage on the festival field being named The Break Stage.

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Surplus money raised from the festival, which will be held in Reepham over the weekend of 10–11 August, is donated to local charities and good causes, and a number of charities are invited to have a presence on the festival field each year.
As the principal charity partner of RFestival 24, Break will not only be there on the day, but it will also subsequently receive a donation from Reepham Festival’s charity fund.
Festival director Tom Crisp said: “We’re thrilled to have formed this partnership with one of Norfolk’s foremost charities.
“Break’s work with young people is hugely important and we are proud to name our main stage The Break Stage.”
Break Charity raises funds to support its work to make life better for young people on the edge of care, in care and leaving care.
The charity recently announced its next sculpture trail for Norwich in summer 2025 with “Big Five” animal sculptures forming the GoGoSafari Trail.
Break hopes to raise awareness at the festival of both its work and the forthcoming trail.
Break fundraising manager Sarah Bunn said: “We are truly thrilled to be partnering with the Reepham Festival for their 2024 event.
“The festival is a wonderful family event and aligns with Break’s ethos as a charity supporting young people in and leaving care; being a family to support them when they need it, for as long as they need it.
“We look forward to working with the festival team and making this an event to remember.”
Tickets for RFestival 24 cost £40 per adult (under 16s tickets just £1 each) and can be purchased from the festival website.
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