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Monday, 8 May 2017
Written by Nicola Reid

Eastwick Schools May Fair 13th May 12-4pm

Eastwick Schools May Fair 13th May 12-4pm

 

Eastwick Schools May Fair - Saturday 13th May12pm-4pm
 
Everyone is welcome at the Eastwick Schools May Fair on Saturday 13th May. 
 
Opening at 12pm you might like to come for lunch in our 'Food Court' (we can offer a BBQ and an International Food Stall which will include Japanese, Persian, Irish and Indian food, to name just a few), have a drink at our bar and perhaps an ice-cream and then wander around our wide selection of tombolas, games stalls and activities.
 
At the Main Entrance you can buy raffle tickets, pay your entry fee of just 50p per adult and 20p per child and pick up a treasure hunt sheet (included in the cost of a child's entry).
 
On our Top Field (adjacent to Eastwick Park Avenue) children, adults and whole families can have a go at 9 holes of Crazy Golf and challenge each other to scale the Climbing Wall. There will be a traditional Coconut Shy and you could try to 'Beat the Goalie' in the football nets. There will also be stalls selling drinks and snacks and some games and tombolas too.
 
Down on the Lower Playing Field there will be an arena where children will have the chance to take part in a 'free dance' at 12.45pm and 2.45pm, as well as lots of displays by school clubs. There's a bouncy castle and other inflatable activities for the children, freshly made pop-corn and candy-floss, a Story Corner for the younger children, face painting, a craft tent, bottle tombolas, plant stall and pre-loved children's books and toys to buy, as well as a number of offerings from local small businesses.
 
Once you've been around all of that you might need a sit down and cup of tea and refreshments and cakes will be available in the Infant School Hall.
 
Eastwick Schools are located on Eastwick Drive and the grounds can be accessed either from Eastwick Drive or Eastwick Park Avenue.
 
Please note that onsite parking is only available for disabled visitors and emergency vehicles but there is plenty of parking in adjacent roads (please park with consideration for our neighbours).

 



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