Hundred enjoy their annual Lark in the Park

Lark in the Park June 24th 2012 E26019N'(L to R): Mike Hooper Chairman, Steve Reynolds Director, Mayoress and Mayor of Easbourne Mrs Linda and Cllr Milke Thompson and Glyn Evans Chairamn Polegate and District Model Engineering Club.'June 24th 2012 E26022N
Lark in the Park June 24th 2012 E26019N'(L to R): Mike Hooper Chairman, Steve Reynolds Director, Mayoress and Mayor of Easbourne Mrs Linda and Cllr Milke Thompson and Glyn Evans Chairamn Polegate and District Model Engineering Club.'June 24th 2012 E26022N
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DRUMMERS, bonfire boys, belly dancers and steam trains were among the attractions which saw the crowds descend on Seaside Recreation ground at the weekend.

Hundreds of people headed to the latest Lark in the Park charity fundraiser on Saturday – all keen to help raise cash for the charity of the same name.

Eastbourne-based Lark in the Park helps youngsters with special needs and supports locals aged between five and 25 suffering from a variety of problems, including Downs syndrome, cerebral palsy and autism.

A funfair ran until 8pm, with a Bark in the Park dog show also included in the line-up alongside horse rides, Polegate Miniature Railway and the usual array of fete stands and games.

Members of the Pentacle Drummers and Sea Gypsy belly dancers also performed, much to the delight of the crowds.

As you can see from our photographs, a fun time was had by all and a spokesman for the organisers said, “Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the event.”

For more information on the charity and its future events, visit www.larkinthepark.com.