Court action fear after festival

SIX people are facing court action over the losses suffered by this summer's massive golden jubilee celebration in Felixstowe.Companies owed money for helping to stage the 11-hour music festival – one of the biggest events in the country held to mark the Queen's 50 years on the throne – are suing the organisers over unpaid bills.

By Richard Cornwell

SIX people are facing court action over the losses suffered by this summer's massive golden jubilee celebration in Felixstowe.

Companies owed money for helping to stage the 11-hour music festival – one of the biggest events in the country held to mark the Queen's 50 years on the throne – are suing the organisers over unpaid bills.

It could mean that co-ordinator Les Arbon and his five fellow committee members could be liable and have to fork out the cash owed, nearly £9,000.

See tonight's Evening Star for full story…

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