William Hogarth School's Aloha Festival Raises £5,700

And featured an art exhibition with winners chosen by Sir Peter Blake


Sign up for our free weekly newsletter

Comment on this story on the


William Hogarth School's Aloha Festival on Turnham Green raised over £5,700.

"The barbeque was the biggest draw, they actually ran out of burgers and had to get more from Mackens!" Eileen Atkinson told ChiswickW4.com.

"They took over £1,200 in sales on the day

"It must have been the Hawaiian burgers or ChiswickW4's fantastic publicity!" she added

The school are investing the money in an
interactive white board.

The fair, organised by the Friends of The William Hogarth School, also featured an exhibition to celebrate the schools emphasis on creativity and the visual arts.

The children painted pictures based on the Hawaiian theme of the fair.

Chrissie Blake, wife of Sir Peter Blake, and two members of The Friends of William Hogarth chose 25 finalists and Sir Peter Blake chose the three overall winners, highly commending several others.

At the art exhibition Sir Peter Blake and Lemongrove's Silvana Bedford presented the winners with their prizes.

"The children were so happy to see their work beautifully displayed, and visitors to the Fair were impressed by the high standard of art work produced."

July 1, 2010

Bookmark and Share