We’re so excited to announce that Sue Ryder will be returning as our official charity partner for 2019!
These seasoned Rewinders will be heading to Temple Island Meadows with their tip-top travelling charity shop, flogging some of the coolest clobber around. With the proceeds of their sales going to such a great cause, there really is no excuse for a bit of a spending spree!
The Sue Ryder team have also been hard at work putting together some brand new activities for guests to take part in over the weekend! Read on below to find out more…
Fancy dress competition
From leg warmer-clad dancers, through to (toy) gun-wielding John McClanes, we’ve seen it all!
Get creative, don your best retro fancy dress and head on over to be judged by an esteemed panel of costume connoisseurs – there’s a pair of Rewind 2020 Weekend Camping Tickets waiting for the winner!
The Rewind Fancy Dress competition will be held in the Disco Den on Saturday 17th August afternoon.
Crafty Taps will play host to the first ever Sue Ryder pub quiz on Sunday!
With questions that will test your 80s knowledge, both music and lifestyle, there will be prizes on offer for the eggheads amongst you!
Grab yourselves a drink and start thinking about your team names!
Head over to the Sue Ryder stall to pick up your SR scavenger hunt form from Friday 18:00 onwards, then set off and explore, completing the tasks for a chance to win a rather special prize…Scavenger Hunt forms need to be returned to the Sue Ryder stall before 2pm on Sunday 18th August.
A bit about Sue Ryder
The sad truth is that we have all known someone who has either battled a life-threatening illness, or has lost a loved one as a result. Many people have a strong support network around them, however, some may need a little extra help, whilst others have no support at home at all.
This is where Sue Ryder comes in. Their incredible team work tirelessly to support people, in the UK and internationally, through what is the most difficult time of their lives. For more than 60 years, healthcare professionals have given up their time to offer compassion and expert care to those that need it, so that they can live the best lives they possibly can.
The work they do is fantastic and you can support Sue Ryder’s mission by visiting their travelling charity shop and getting involved with the activities they are putting on at Rewind this year.
For more information about Sue Ryder, you can check out their website here.