St. Francis' Children's Society Summer Fete
Saturday, July 27th
We are thrilled to be holding our first ever Summer Fete on Saturday 27th July.
Entry is free and we will be hosting a whole afternoon of fun, including;
Stalls with local businesses
Free craft area for children
Games, including tombolas, hook a duck, raffles and more
A silent auction with some spectacular prizes
There will also be sweet and savoury waffles, pizzas and a bake sale so you won't be going hungry!
We are also holding a children's cupcake competition! To enter the Children’s Cupcake Competition, please bring your 6 home-made cupcakes on the day by 11.30am. Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place.
In addition to a day of fun and games for the whole family, it is also a unique opportunity to visit our Family Centre which is usually closed to the public.
Price: entry is free
More Information (MKFM is not responsible for external websites)
St. Francis' Children's Society
48 Newport Road, Woolstone
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