William Hogarth School Hosts Aloha Festival
Live music, local crafts, traditional fairground rides and a surf simulator
William Hogarth School will be hosting its ‘Aloha Festival’ on the 19th June from 12 noon to 5 pm on Turnham Green.
The festival, which is free to enter, will include an art exhibition featuring the work of the children who attend the school.
There will be plenty to entertain the children including traditional fairground rides, a surf simulator, face painting, games and a bouncy castle and slide.
Adults will be equally entertained by live music, local craft and school run stalls, a chance to win on the tombola, the delicious barbeque and not forgetting the pimms and beer tent.
This year’s raffle and silent auction are bigger and better than ever! Prizes include dinners in many of Chiswick’s finest restaurants, health and beauty packages, and family days out. Raffle tickets are available from the school and will be sold at the festival on the day.
The aims of the fair are to raise money to purchase interactive white boards; to improve the school’s links with the local community and last (but not least) to organise a hugely enjoyable day for the children of the school and others in the local community.
“The School Fair has a Hawaiian theme this year. This has already sparked some great summery art work from the pupils and much excitement about the possibility of going on the Surf machine!" says Headteacher Cathy Driscoll. "Our past fairs have been not only a chance to raise money for great resources for the pupils but also a chance for our school community to have a great deal of fun together. We do hope that the people of Chiswick will join us on Turnham Green on 19th June."
June 9, 2010