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April 18 2014

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Maurice Fred Sines and James Crickmore

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Awesome Fun Visit to Hayes Country Park

Maurice Fred Sines and James Crickmore are the co founders of Brighter Sines, a business that runs fun day events. - maurice fred sines
On Saturday 28th September, with their support and hosting, Brighter Sines held an exciting visit to Hayes Country Park. The park is well set with Waterside Park plus a very inviting country side. It has several onsite facilities. Its located just A few minutes drive from Woodham Ferrers and is also next to the historic Chelmsford.

On such a day you will find usually various events like the Cash Grabber challenge, Bungee Run Inflatable, Penalty Shoot Out among many. We had quite a good number of fun events at Hayes Country Park. There were expectedly Food Court and children�s activities to occupy people until the main event, the large amazing traditional �hounds and hare� balloon race, with all the big balloon being the perfect hare.
With just over 60 tickets sold, Maurice Fred Sines and James Crickmore, the co founders of BrighterSines, had the pleasure of releasing the balloons at 4pm right then and there. The big balloon was, as the rule, given a brief jump start. During first minutes, the 60 smaller balloons started going after it.
 
The aim of the race would be to tag over the big balloons course after it lands, drop a bag of birdseed as near to the landing point as you can. The one who gets closest to the large balloon is declared the winner with the race.

After a great deal of anticipation the participants started streaming back.
And out of the 60, Barbara Woods was lucky being declared the big event champion.

She was awarded a money prize of Fifty pounds, money that they happily chose to split between her two lovely grand children.

Final Thoughts

It might not happen to be an extremely sunny day but no less than it absolutely was fair enough because it failed to rain.

Our participants were overjoyed from the fun. They later sent us cards, notes and posters.

We are available to such gestures from people. We're always very happy to show individuals who we could help them to through fun. We could however employ more awareness, so help us get more jobs done publicity. This is exactly what would in turn allow us help our neighbours. Charity begins in the home, with your children. - maurice fred sines

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