Variety day tribute to Karis
7:00am Thursday 21st June 2012 in News
THE Karis May Darling Foundation is holding a special variety day tomorrow, Saturday, June 23.
The event, in memory of Karis Darling, a 12-year-old from Corringham who died in April last year after contracting streptococcus A infection, is on from 12.30pm to 8pm at Gable Hall School’s football ground, in Southend Road, Corringham.
Acts confirmed to perform live on stage include Unity, P45 and the Tootsie Rollers.
There will also be a display of Army vehicles by the Coalhouse Fort team, an Army cadet’s assault course, kids zone, sports zone, and traditional stalls, a barbecue and beer tent, among other attractions.
Entry is a minimum of £1 per person.
One of the foundation’s aims is to raise £220,000 for a community centre.
The family have already acquired some land for the centre and have managed to raise around £90,000 for the project so far.
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