The mud tried, and failed.
Yesterday we put the ReCreate Festival- Alderholt marquee up, something we do once a year. Overnight the rain came and turned the place into a mud bath, even through numerous layers of protection. A decision was made this-morning to fit a suspended floor, which involves lifting the marquee onto the wooden floor whilst being built. A pretty awful job, or so it should have been if it werenâ€™t for the people of Alderholt. The ReCreate team offered their Tuesday to help us fit it in thick mud..... and then got a round of fish and chips. We are very proud to run our business from this little village, full of fab people willing to help one another.
Community spirit '1', mud '0'.
If you haven't already booked tickets to see Tinchy Strider and Hal Cruttenden, amongst so many other things, then do it now!!!!
The (very muddy) ASM Team x
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