“Kamares Festival” Raises A Respectable amount for Local Charities

Local charities benefitted by a respectable amount of euros from the “Kamares Festival” which took place last Saturday at Leptos Kamares Club. There were many stands displaying handmade arts and crafts. Local wineries offered free wine tasting and charity games were around the swimming pool area.  Hundreds of visitors flocked to the Leptos Kamares Village near Tala, to see a wide variety of entertainment provided by DJ Boycie, a popular local DJ, Colin Wright on the saxophone, the Young Stars dance school, along with singer Melissa Williams and the Abba Tribute group.
Organizers “In Any Event” and Leptos Kamares Club said “The Kamares Festival is always very popular and we are always pleased to bring people together for a fun day of entertainment.  We do like to support local charities as well, and this year three local charities will all benefit greatly from the event”.
The international Award-Winning development Leptos Kamares Village, is one of the most prestigious developments ever built in Cyprus and a great place to live. The area is well known for its traditional houses with stone arches, the breathtaking sea views, the healthy climate and the natural environment.  

Photo:  From the Kamares Festival in Tala, Paphos