Sunday 26 March 2017

Flashmob Soup at Project 49

Street Art on Sea

There was something like 60 of us at the Flashmob Soup at Project 49! Sixty good people gathered to help finance a charitable endeavour.

Three local charities gave short presentations, bidding for a pot of money supplied by those who paid to attend (like me).

Little Free Pantry

John Bully spoke for Street Art on Sea. Lara spoke for Little Free Pantry. Alexandra spoke for GetThe Kids Out.

Get The Kids Art
Sherry Fuller presents the winners
All three were very worthy, and to choose one from them to receive the day's money was a tough choice. In the end Street Art on Sea received the £235.

It was a good event, with delicious soup as an inducement to attend. I have been to a number of Southend Soup events and each one has been thoroughly enjoyable. A special thanks must go to Sherry Fuller who so ably organises these events.

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