LOVE IS IN THE AIR: Pictured are organisers of the Love Lennox Festival spreading the love (from left) Sue Brennan, Leisa Hawkey, Chris Nott, Debbie Smith, George Leslie, Don Munro, Paul Abbott, Jason Shrieves and Aga Dablaise.
LOVE IS IN THE AIR: Pictured are organisers of the Love Lennox Festival spreading the love (from left) Sue Brennan, Leisa Hawkey, Chris Nott, Debbie Smith, George Leslie, Don Munro, Paul Abbott, Jason Shrieves and Aga Dablaise. Graham Broadhead

Lennox hopes festival conditions improve

THE organisers of the Love Lennox Festival hope the weather will show some loving this Saturday.

The festival, scheduled for June, was postponed when an east coast lowwashed the festival out.

The feature attractions will all be held as planned, which will bring together all there is to love about Lennox.

This will be the fourth annual event, organised by the Lennox Head Chamber of Commerce.

Chamber president Debbie Smith said food, surfing culture and lifestyle were the major things people loved about Lennox.

The food will come together in the Flavours of Lennox competition, surfing will be represented by a surfboard swap meet and lifestyle will be celebrated with music in the streets, the Lennox Got Talent competition, market stalls and the Dogs of Lennox event.

The festival was originally organised to attract people to the coastal village during what is generally a quieter period of the year.

The event kicks off at 9am in the CBD, with Ballina St closed to traffic.

For more see the website lovelennox.com.au


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