Three movies have been selected for a big screen outdoor film festival run by St Barnabas Hospice at Daisy Made Farm this summer.
As previously reported, the charity has teamed up with the popular ice cream and leisure attraction off the A46 and Big Event Screens to run the festival between Friday, June 22 and Saturday, June 23.
After over 2,000 votes from the public three films were chosen – click on the below links to donate and secure admission:
- Pretty Woman (15) – Chick Flick Friday, June 22 – gates at 6.30pm, film at 8pm
- The Lion King (U) – Family Fun Film, June 23 – gates at 12pm, film at 2pm
- Forrest Gump (12A) – Classic Movie Evening, June 23 – gates at 6.30pm, film at 8pm
There is no set cost for tickets, but St Barnabas is hoping to raise £20,000 from the event and want people to make a donation to secure their admission.
All the money raised will go straight to helping the Hospice care for people in Lincolnshire living with a life-limiting or terminal illness, and their families and carers.
There will be hot and cold food, including classic cinema snacks and drinks to purchase on the day.
Alcohol will be available for over 18s to purchase, but the public are advised not to bring their own in.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Event Manager at St Barnabas Hospice Becky Otter said: “There has been a real buzz around the launch of our Barnabas Big Screen, and we hope to welcome new and old faces to this brand new event.”