New festival coming to Knutsford to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society | Knutsford Times

New festival coming to Mobberley to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society

By on March 1, 2018

A new summer festival is seeking singers and bands to perform in June.

MOBB FEST, which will raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society, is being organised by Caroline Terrington, manager of The Plough and Fail at Mobberley, and Samantha Winstanley, whose mother died of Alzheimer’s.

The festival will take place on Saturday 21st July from 12pm, with 100% of ticket sales supporting the charity.

Caroline said: “MOBB FEST will be a day of friends, family and frolics, live singers, local bands, comics, magic, fairground games and a bouncy castle. There will be independent craft stalls, outdoor bars, a barbecue and a charity raffle. We hope to see you all this summer on the grass and hay bales.”

Limited tickets are available via – search MOBB FEST. Tickets are £10, with children three and under going free.

If you are a singer or in a band and would like to perform on the day please contact Caroline at or call 01565 873537.

The festival is being sponsored by Kuno Invest.


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