Huge Turnout for the 2016 Twilight Festival

The 2016 Noel Jones Twilight Festival held on Friday 18th November was a huge success with over 500 people attending for an evening of family fun.

The petting zoo was a great hit with hundreds of children lining up to play with the little calf, lamb, chickens, guinea pigs and turtle. There were big smiles on the jumping castles and hugs all round when the two minions, Stuart and Bob, came to visit.

Gold coins generously donated by attendees raised over $960 to aid in the lifesaving work of Ovarian Cancer Australia.

As the sun went down, the crowd settled down with blankets and chairs to watch the Minions Movie on the big screen.

A big thank you to the generous sponsors – Leader Community News, Tell The Story, Briner, Urban Angles, The Loan Room and Realestate Bookings – we couldn’t have done it without you!

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