There was a carnival atmosphere at the Merry Harriers public house in Hambledon, Surrey on Saturday 20th July, when the publicans at the 16th century pub celebrated their fifth anniversary with a party with all proceeds going to halow.
The glorious sunny, summer afternoon went on into the evening with live music acts, specialist artizan suppliers and stalls offering a variety of handmade items as well as speciality breads and pies - courtesy of the pub's head chef. In addition, there was face painting and a kids corner to keep the youngsters amused.
Publicans Julie and Colin decided to mark their milestone fifth anniversary at the celebrated Surrey pub with a party and in so doing raise finds for its adopted charity, halow. The pub has held a number of events over the year on behalf of the Guildford-based charity, which helps young people with a learning disability to have the same life choices and chances as any other young person.
All at halow would like to thank Julie and Colin for their continuing and unwaivering support for halow. Check them out at www.merryharriers.com