500 people rug up in garden

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Second Voice band members Rebecca Jackson (left) and Anita Pavone entertained the crowd.

IT was a windy, blustery day at the Seven Creeks Estate but over 500 people still came out and supported a major fundraiser for Euroa Health on Sunday.

The annual Garden Party, hosted by Euroa Health at Ross and Rachel Carrington’s magnificent estate, was held to raise funds for Euroa Health’s upcoming aged care facility.

While a final figure has not yet been determined, organiser and Euroa Health board member Jim Perry said it was still a great day out.

“We had about 500 people and considering the weather was miserable, we are very grateful that we had so much support for our organisation,” he said.

“We had a scatter of rain and the wind was quite intense but the live music and attractions continued to entertain the masses.”

Next Monday, Euroa Health will be hosting a ‘ground breaking’ event at the hospital site, which is the official start of fundraising for the aged care facility redevelopment.

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