On Sunday 4th November 2018 on the occasion of the feast of St. George “the Intoxicator” KtimaKokotou, in Stamata, welcomes all, young and old, for a day in the country with a range of activities for everybody and all day food.
Included in the days programme are tours of the estate visiting the vineyards, winery, olive grove and “permaculture” vegetable garden, activities for children, wine tasting and much more.Visitors will have the opportunity to spend a pleasant and carefree day in the country, and to have lunch if they choose to, accompanied by wines from the estate.
At the same time, in the large marquee, there will be a charity bazaar in support of “Pediatric Trauma Care”,Pedtrauma’s sole purpose is to raise awareness of children’s accidents in Greece, to reduce their number and severity and to improve care once an accident has occurred.
Over 30 exhibitors will be participating in the bazaar with a large variety of goods and handicrafts, your purchases help to support the charity.
“Pediatric Trauma Care” would like to thank sponsors; Latsco Shipping Limited, Safe Bulkers, Papapostolou N. S.A.
Once again volunteers from Costea Geitonas school will be supporting the event.
A Day in the Vineyards:
Sunday 4th November 11.00 – 17.00
Entrance for adults 2 euros
(all proceeds from tickets will go to support “Pediatric Trauma Care”).
Activities for all the family:
Raffle with many exciting prizes. Two lucky winners will each win two tickets to a destination of their choice on Aegean Airlines.
Wine, honey, traditional sweets, vegan and gluten free options, candles, jewelry, herbs and spices, homemade organic pasta, decorative items, jams, chutneys, clothes, knitted items, Christmas goods, soap & other products from grape seed oil, cosmetics made with natural ingredients, S. African delicacies, ceramics, figs from Kymi, decorative balloons, plants and garden items, popcorn, candy floss, accessories and more.
Pedtrauma’s sole purpose is to raise awareness on children’s accidents in Greece, to reduce their number and severity and to improve care once an accident has occurred. Our Charity, in the last eight years, has managed to create 20 Trauma Centers, to upgrade 17 Paediatric Departments and 5 Paediatric Clinics and to equip 3 Intensive Care Units / Neonatal Units Level II, offering in total 714 machines and equipment to the Hospitals’ Paediatric Departments. We have also trained 1.534 doctors, nurses, and Ambulance Paramedics on how to help the injured children the fastest and best way possible and we have educated 43.895 children and 3.060 parents and teachers on trauma prevention. From 2010 up to the present date over 480.000 children have benefited from our Charity. Pedtrauma has been awarded by the “Hellenic Society for Emergency Medicine”, by Healthcare Business Awards 2017 & 2018 and by Hellenic Responsible Business Awards 2015, 2016 & 2018.