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VOODOO LOUNGE @ MAMA LIZ'S, STAMFORD
FRIDAY 27TH MARCH 2020 - DOORS 7:30PM
G Fest began in 2013 as a 40th birthday festival weekend with about 150 partygoers having the time of their lives whilst also raising lots of money for charity. It was so much fun in fact, that a committee was formed in 2014 to make it an annual event. Over the last 6 years, GFest has grown in both capacity & profits, raising approximately £40,000 in total for both local and national charities. We are so grateful to all G Festers that have been extremely generous with donating their hard-earned cash over the years as well as the many local businesses who have sponsored us.
For various reasons, we’ve decided to mix things up in 2020 by having a few smaller events rather than one big bang. These events will always have the key ingredients of GFest at the heart of them - entertainment, community and fundraising!
There is an army of people who put G Fest together each year, we would like to say thank you to every single one of them.
Sophie CornishKatie GeneverLucy BentleyJames GeneverAnna BentleyWill FryShelley BurtonMatt Tarrant
John BurtonCraig ElliotEllie EvansKerry TannerTim ChantrellAndrea MunroeBen Jennings
A poem about prostate cancer by Doug Gray.
Dinky and Donky drank lots of tea,
to see who could wee furthest up a tree
When they were boys it wasn't very high,
but when they were men it nearly reached the sky
At middle age it went well up the tree,
but later Donky couldn't wee above his knee
Not only that he took ages to finish,
with dribbles and shakes until his wee diminished
Standing alone and weeing to one side,
Dinky was saddened that Donky had died
So don't be an ASS and don't be a DINKY,
tell your friends when their wee is WONKY
And if you have a problem with your wee,
get off your ass and see your GP