A festival fit for a king and queen for charity in Highworth this August

By Jamie Hill - 7 June 2024

Arts and CultureCharity

The King and Queen Summer Fiesta will take place in Highworth on Saturday 3 August in aid of The Roxi Foundation.

The day of music, food, and community spirit will take place at The King and Queen pub and will take place from midday to 7pm.

The free entry celebration will feature live music from local bands and DJs, culinary delights from their food stall, a raffle and games for all the family.

The day will be in aid of The Roxi Foundation - a community interest company that helps young people aged seven to 14 within the Swindon area who may be neurodiverse get timely and accurate diagnosis through private funding.

Charity co-founder John Morgan said: "We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to access the support they need to thrive in life and education. 

"The Roxi Foundation helps bypass lengthy NHS waiting lists (2 years plus), meaning the young person has a chance to benefit from support at a crucial stage in their life.

"We are committed to raising awareness and funds for this cause, and to making a positive difference in the lives of young people and their families."

The Roxi Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation and all proceeds from the fundraising at the fiesta will go directly towards helping young, neurodiverse, people access private diagnoses and the day to day running of the CIC.


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