Everyone is welcome, and all the traditional fun of the fayre is promised, with displays, face painting, competitions, delicious food and drink and live music throughout the afternoon. Traditional stalls include tombola, mystery jar, coconut shy and hook a duck and other stalls will be selling handmade jewellery, bags and other accessories. Kids will love bouncing on the inflatables, splatting the rat and the penalty shootout.
The craft competition, sponsored by Sainsbury’s, also returns this year with a ‘planets and space’ theme and a local fire engine will be visiting, too.
Live performances include a display from AA Dance, plus live music from local singer and songwriter Jakob Deist.
Jakob performed at the previous summer fayre, when he was an instant hit with old and young alike.
There are also some great prizes to be won. Spur Steak & Grill is sponsoring a kids colouring competition, offering a first prize of a Nintendo Wii. Fantastic raffle prizes have been generously donated by other local stores and businesses, including products from Lush Lakeside, food vouchers from both Spur Steak & Grill and Oriental Pan Asian Restaurant, Vue cinema tickets and Partyman World family tickets.
All sorts of food and drink will be available, including cake and sweet stalls. The Spur Steak & Grill team will be firing up the big barbie with their sizzling hot dogs, burgers and ribs, donating all profits to the PTFA.
Warren Primary School head said, Mrs Pritchard: “This is going to be another lovely community event and a great opportunity for us to raise funds for the school, so we’re hoping for a good turnout on the day. We really appreciate the hard work of the PTFA and Spur and all our other supporters and I have every confidence that we’re going to surpass the total of £3700 raised at last year’s summer fayre!’
Said David Maich, Spur UK Director: “As a local business I believe it’s all about building lasting relationships with the local community. Once again, we are proud to support Warren Primary School team with their fundraising events.”