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Jobefest makes another big splash
Updated 11:05am Monday 7th July 2014 in News
JOBEFEST 2014 was a huge success over the weekend of the June 28 and 29 in Ross on Wye, all to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital and Megan Baker House.
Jobe Taylor-Davies suffered a serious brain injury in September 2012 and received treatment at the hospital and is now receiving conductive education at Megan Baker house.
The Saturday evening consisted of a mini music festival with local bands the BBC and Andy Margett followed by the UK's best party band Rick Parfitt Jr band.
The Sunday morning started a little quietly following on from the night before - but by lunch time all the rafts were launched in the river for a 3.5-mile pageant of fun and colour and a huge reception waiting at the finish line to see everyone home.
With family frolics on the river bank, it made for a truly spectacular weekend for all. Money raised will be announced on www.facebook.com/BabyJobesProgress
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