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A jolly good way to recover
7:00pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News
DARREN Enticott and his children threw themselves into the fun at the Refresh Festival in Oxford The free event was held for people recovering from addictions and for the public, to raise awareness of its work.
It took place in South Park, Headington Hill on Sunday and featured educational stalls, as well as music from local DJs, food and massage stalls.
Mr Enticott, 39, from Witney, attended with his daughter Lilly, six, and son Oscar, five.
He said: “It was really good and the kids had a great time. They loved all of it, all the music and all the activities.
“It was my daughter’s birthday, which is why we took her along.”
He added: “I just think events like this are really good for the community to get together.” Refresh is run by Oxford Recovery Network and provides training and employment for recovering addicts.
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