Fulham Good Neighbours call on local people to volunteer at summer event
Fulham Good Neighbours are planning a bumper fair on Parsons Green on Saturday 7 July - and are callling on local people to help make it a huge success.
They are looking for local volunteers to act as Event Marshalls for four hours between 77am and 6pm on 7 July, to assist and reassure visitors, distribute event programmes, collect fees for some paid for activities, pick up rubbish and evacuate the fair in the event of an emergency.
They are also asking property owners to display an estate agent's board promoting the fair for one to two weeks before the event.
If you think you can help, find out more here.
If you interested in having a stall at the fair, you are asked email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Fulham Good Neighbours, a long established local charity say: "We will be transforming Parsons Green by staging a super fun day this coming July, and raising money to support our work with local older people in need."
Parsons Green Fair will be free to enter and will be open on the green from 11.30am till 5pm.
Each year the fair attracts around 8,000 visitors and this year it will have more
than 100 stalls including charities, organisations, and small businesses creating
awareness for their products or services. Lots of those who have already booked to take
part come back year after year, which confirms the event’s popularity.
The event will be opened officially at 11.30am by the Chair of Fulham Good Neighbours Robert Fryer and the Mayor of Hammersmith & Fulham.
The main stage programme includes:
12.00pm Music 'All – A School of Music for All
12.30pm Slice/Cupcake Family Club
12.55pm The Little Dance Academy
1.20pm Stagecoach Theatre Arts – Fulham
2.00pm La Sylvaine School of Dancing
3.00pm Albert & Friends Circus Skills
3.30pm Magician – John Clayton
4.00pm Pinky & Roxy Magic Show
4.30pm Fulham Brass Band
Fulham Good Neighbours, based in Rosaline Hall in Rosaline Road in Fulham also run a range of services for older people including lunch clubs, art, reading and exercise groups, and help with tasks such as gardening, DIY, decorating and shopping.
Find out more on their website and get up to date with their latest activities in their April newsletter.
April 25, 2018