A traditional fete and dog show is extending the summer a little bit longer at Fulham's All Saints church.
The All Saints fete – held at the church hall in Fulham High Street – is a chance for adorable pooches to show off their prize-winning qualities in the dog show. A bouncy castle, face painting and tombola will keep little ones entertained.
The school sports days may have passed, but a tug of war championship and egg and spoon races for all ages are a chance to share your athletic prowess during the family event on Saturday 22 September, from 12-3pm.
“It is a fun day out for all the community,” said All Saints parish manager Tina Ellis. “There is something for everyone to do and we hope to match or raise even more funds this year.”
Last year around 500 people attended the annual fete, which raised around £6,000. A car boot sale is chance to pick up some bargains – or perhaps sell a few unwanted items.
Meanwhile, visitors can peruse stalls selling toys, books and crafts, or grab a drink or food from the bar and barbecue.
Entry is £1 for adults (kids free), with funds being raised for charities Honeypot Children's Charity, Glass Door and Youth and Childrens Work at All Saints.
For more details, visit: www.allsaints-fulham.org.uk.
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