Pirate action returns to Chillfest

We celebrated the return of Chillfest to Snapdragons for another year of piratey fun this weekend, as families from across the area joined us to fundraise for the Teenage Cancer Trust - the chosen charity of Abbie Dougherty.

Abbie was Head of Babies at Snapdragons Weston and passed away on June 12th, after a battle with cancer. In the weeks before, she showed a desire to raise money for the ward that had supported her so admirably during her care and we wanted to show our respect for her, by supporting them too.

 Kerrie Charlton gets sponged for charity.

Kerrie Charlton gets sponged for charity.

 James Woodman completes his run from Brislington to Bath for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

James Woodman completes his run from Brislington to Bath for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Chillfest was full of fun, excitement, prizes, a Father's Day Tug of War and great food and it didn't disappoint. A rare dry day amongst so many wet ones, we welcomed dozens of families, all out for a worthwhile cause and helping us raise over £2000 on the day.

 The Father's Day Tug of War is a hit!

The Father's Day Tug of War is a hit!

 Jamma de Samba appear again, entertaining us all with their incredible music.

Jamma de Samba appear again, entertaining us all with their incredible music.

Thank you to everyone who joined us and offered their support, especially in the minute's 'noise' for Abbie at the end. Your support is what makes us such a strong community and we thank you again for it.

For now, enjoy the video of the day and we can't wait to see you again next time!

Snapdragons Nursery