The 12th of July saw the return of the Garden Glasto, which involves socialising in the back garden of an unassuming couple’s home. Attendees are permitted to camp for the night whilst during the day you enjoy listening to local bands play, cook some delicious food on the BBQ, entertain yourself on the bouncy castle or come and take part in the activities we provided. Lewis, Ruth and I went on behalf of Soft Touch Arts and let people know who were Soft Touch and what they do but we also took the Soft Touch bike along and created painted vinyls with the public; here are some of the results:
The young’uns seemed to be the ones that had the most fun with making sure there was as much paint involved as possible and that it got everywhere from the grass to their faces. The adults also started to get involved making a vinyl with their children and enjoying the warm weather with a cool beer. Overall the atmosphere gave off a positive vibe and brought people together, it was a privileged to have been a part of it and thank you for the organisers of such a great event selecting Soft Touch arts to be their chosen charity and raising so much money from such a lovely event.