Huge thank you to everyone who helped make Phoenix Rising a success!

Huge thank you to everyone who helped make Phoenix Rising a success!

We had a brilliant day on Sunday 17th July at Phoenix Rising in Woking Park and we have to thank all the people who helped to get it going and make it a success, not least all the members of the public who came and were amazing and delightful!

Huge thanks to all our volunteers who work so hard to make things happen; and to all the performers on the day, including Dark Zero, Dave Salsbury, Phoenix Chroi, Will B, Coco LaFunk, Lisa Von H, Dan Shears & The Velveteen Orkestra, Andy Twyman and The Sheratones. All gave their time free and very much appreciated it was by everyone too. For more thank yous, see our Facebook Post of Gratitude!

The lovely Sarah Longes (Mirador Design) took beautiful photographs of the day (including those on this post) and you can take a look at those on Sarah's Facebook page. She has offered to make higher-res versions available for people in exchange for donations to the Phoenix project, so do let us know if you want to take advantage of that kind offer.

Sunday 17th July was a great day for live music and community and it is thanks to the community that we continue.

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