Fun for all the family will be on offer at a fundraising event in memory of a 28-year-old man who inspired others to live life to the full.
The Marchmont Arms in Hemel Hempstead is hosting the event to raise cash for Rennie Grove House Hospice, the charity which helped Josh O’Malley during his cancer battle.
There will be entertainers, face painting, performers, sweet treats and more on Saturday, July 13 from 11am to 5pm.
The fun continues into the night, from 7pm to midnight, with guest DJs playing music from the 1990s along with club classics. Tickets for this part of the fundraiser cost £5 and are now on sale at the Piccotts End Road pub.
Josh, a kart racing teacher from Hemel Hempstead, died in February last year. He passed away just days before a zumbathon organised to cheer him up. It still went ahead after family and friends were inspired by Josh’s ‘live life to the full’ motto.