Children enjoyed an inspiring day of music and fun at the Calm Farm event.
The free session took place on Friday August 28 at the Manor Barn and Gardens in Bexhill Old Town.
There was live music from Czech band The Moon Beans and master drummer Nana Tsiboe, from Ghana, as well as a therapeutic drumming circle.
Children enjoyed pony rides and horse handling, thanks to Whitehorse stables horse rescue, giant bubble, ribbon twirling, face painting and a caterpillar parachute.
Parents were able to take advantage of support and advice stalls.
Calm Farm founder Rachel Streeter said: “We are raising funds for our next project which is to support children with disabilities and learning needs through music. This project will include a range of wonderful services such as music therapy, singing groups, drumming groups and more.”
For more information visit www,calmfarm.org.uk.
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