The Parsons Green Fair is coming to town

The Parsons Green Fair returns next month to raise funds for local befriending charity, Fulham Good Neighbours.

And in a drive to make some of the Fair's most popular activities free - such as Punch & Judy, and Albert & Friends circus - organisers are asking the local community to help them raise money on the H&F Hive.

Hammersmith & Fulham Council set up the H&F Hive to enable local organisations and residents to raise money for great community projects.

Fair will feature great performers and entertainers on two stages

“The Parsons Green Fair has become a well-loved institution in Fulham, attracting more than 8,000 visitors each year”, said Cllr Sue Fennimore, Deputy Leader of H&F Council.

“We want every local family that comes along to be able to take advantage of all the Fair has to offer. Offering activities for free means that nobody misses out and everyone can join in the fun.”

H&F Council has pledged to the fundraising campaign. If you can help to support Fulham Good Neighbours to bring all the fun of the Fair to the whole community, you can add your pledge to the Parsons Green Fair.

All the fun of the Fair

The Fair is taking place on Saturday 7 July and promises to be a fun-packed day for all the family. Kicking off at 11.30am, the Fair will feature more than 100 stalls, a wide range of food and drink to excite your taste buds, and great performers and entertainers on the two stages.

To find out more details of all the entertainment and activities at the Fair, visit the Parsons Green Fair website.

H&F Hive supporting the community

In addition to raising money from friends and neighbours on the H&F Hive, projects can pitch for a share of £200,000* which H&F Council has made available to support great initiatives.

*Most of the council funding for H&F Hive comes from contributions from developers, through the national Community Infrastructure Levy, which is designed to ensure the benefits of development projects are shared by local communities.

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