Sunday, 21 June 2015

Flourishing First Fiesta

Maple Lodge in the Hamptons with attractions around

The inaugural Hamptons Midsummer Fiesta was enjoyed by many people yesterday (including self and family). Many people came together and contributed to make this a reality. Apparently there has been lots of good feedback and it seems that over £2000 has been raised for the Jigsaw4U charity. What a great result for a first attempt!

Below is a bit of a photo gallery of some of the goings on...

Food stalls and games
Lots of games and stalls
Food stalls
Lots of good locally produced food (and an ice cream van)
Football and fairground style attractions
Fairground style and local attractions and games
Police and cycle marking with Central Road's Cycle Power
Police and cycle marking
Paul Scully MP starts the Hamptons Fun Run race
Paul Scully MP starts the Fun Run...
Paul Scully MP presents the prize to the Hamptons Fun Run winner
And presents the prize to the winner

There was also tennis, fishing (WP junior proudly caught two fish!), photo gallery, ballet demonstration, DJ, bouncy castles and more...

There were two other events around KT4 that unfortunately I didn't manage to get to: The Cheam Common Infants' and Junior Schools' Summer Fair (which last year was really good) and the Big Day Out down at Shadbolt Park, run by the Cuddington Residents' Association.

If anyone has any feedback on these other two occasions, please do tell...


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