A date for your diary
The Eaglesfield Park Neighbourhood Watch Scheme invites you to their 2012 Annual Community Fete on Saturday 16 June, from 1 to 4pm.
This is the fifth year that the fete has been held to help promote the benefits of Neighbourhood Watch and foster community spirit.
The fete, held in Eaglesfield Park SE18, will be opened at 1pm by the children of Christ Church Primary School who took part in a competition to design the 2012 fete poster.
A free afternoon of fun, you can take part in the activities including mini tennis, face and henna hand painting, listening to ukulele music, guided bird walks and buy some home-made cakes and refreshments. You can meet the Greenwich Met Police teams and Eltham Fire Brigade, learn more about the history of the area from Digging Dads Army, receive pet care advice and nail clipping services from the Charlton branch of Companion Care Vets and Pets at Home, meet some of the animals from Woodlands Farm and much more.
Jenny Penn, Eaglesfield Park Neighbourhood Watch Scheme Principal Co-ordinator, said: “We host this fete to celebrate the amazing community we have in Shooters Hill and it just gets bigger and better each year. This year we have more than 30 attractions and stalls.
“This event really shows the contribution small groups make and that community spirit is alive and thriving in Shooters Hill.”
The fete is part of a weekend of events starting on Friday 15 June with Friends of Eaglesfield Park celebrating the opening of the pond in Eaglesfield Park. It also marks the launch of Neighbourhood & Home Watch Week on Saturday 16 June.
Keep on checking this website for more information including up to date details of all the participants.
Posted: 22 May 2012