Chiswick local Rebecca Keatley supports primary school event
CBeebies star Rebecca Keatley to open Southfield Primary’s Sunflower Fete on 20 June 2015 on Turnham Green from 11 - 4 pm. Free admission.
Last year’s fete attracted over 400 people and raised almost £10,000 for improvements to the school, including wonderful play equipment for the children.
Attractions to fill a family day out include craft and game stalls, Victorian style children’s rides, a bouncy castle, carousel and bungee trampolines.
Fete organizer Leah Godfrey says “We are so excited that Rebecca will be opening the Sunflower Fete. We have so many attractions this year and we are looking forward to welcoming families to come and join in the fun on 20th June”.
Rebecca Keatley will open the fete at 11am and award prizes in the Super Heroes fancy dress competition. There will be plenty of other opportunities for prizes throughout the day with a tombola, games, Beat the Goalie, and a chance to win an iPad mini in the raffle.
Sponsored by Orchards of London Estate Agents, Southfield Primary have put together a packed day of activities including crafts, bric-a-brac, traditional fairground rides, bouncy castle, games, football and bungee trampolines.
There will be a great selection of food and snacks on offer including Starbucks coffee, tea and cakes at Sunflower Cafe, an International Food Market, Wyndham House barbeque, a Pimm’s Stall and local brewery Dragonfly will be there with artisan craft beers.
Organised by Southfield parents’ association (SPSA - registered charity 1015206) to raise money for the school, the summer fete is a highlight of the school year and an opportunity for the school to come together with the local community for a day of fun, food and drink.
With the support of local businesses who have continued to contribute to the event through sponsorship and generous donations, the fete has funded some fantastic improvements to the school, including new technology, the installation of a wonderful Sensory Garden and The Friend Ship - a beautiful wooden ship in the playground for the children to play on.
Mr Simon Prebble, Head teacher at Southfield Primary School says, “The Sunflower Fete is a much anticipated date on the school calendar. First and foremost it is a lot of fun, it’s a great family day out and there is something for everyone.”
June 14, 2015