Merry Hill's HarryFest raised £2,285

Enjoying HarryFest from l-r Lisa Marsh, Megan Marsh (7), Stella Timmins (7), Claire Timmins and Billy Timmins (5) from Netherton.

Enjoying the fair from l-r Hayden Neale (4) from Halesowen and Caitlin Basterfield (4) from Dudley.

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A FUN-filled family weekend at Merry Hill has raised £2,285 for Help Harry Help Others.

The Brierley Hill shopping centre was home to a roller disco, fun fair, superhero photo booth, live music and many other exciting attractions for HarryFest.

Hundreds of youngsters flocked to the centre on Friday and Saturday to make the most of the activities on offer, while raising funds for a good cause.

Harry’s mum, Georgie Moseley, gave the event her full support and said: “Harry had such a fun-loving nature, so this is a perfect event to celebrate his legacy as the charity continues to help those on their cancer journey.”

Kelly Reed, senior marketing manager at Merry Hill, added: “It was great to see so many kids and adults making the most of the fair and enjoying the other activities at HarryFest.

"The two days were absolutely jam-packed full of fun and there was a brilliant atmosphere.

"We're proud to support a brilliant local charity, and can't wait to roll out further fundraising events at Merry Hill over the next few months."

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