This year’s Wednesfield Community Fayre takes place on Saturday 17th July at Wednesfield High School from 11am â€“ 3pm.
The Fayre is a charity event and all funds raised will be donated to local charity Compton Hospice. Opening the Fayre will be special guest, Councillor Malcolm Gwinnett who was elected Mayor of Wolverhampton in May this year.
Following a hugely successful event last year even more activities have been added for 2010, these include; music from Wolf radio 107.7 DJ Dicky Dodd, dancing, live music, refreshments, face painting, raffles, bouncy castles, a bucking bronco, choir performances, as well as a variety of stalls and competitions. Clothes charity BCR will also be collecting any unwanted clothing.
Wednesfield High are holding an adult 5-a-side football tournament â€“ entry costs Â£20 per team and all proceeds will go to Compton Hospice. Energy company E.ON are partnered with Wednesfield High supporting event and providing the trophy for the winning team.
Matt Smallwood, Director of Engineering and Project Manager, said: â€œThe Fayre is a great community event that celebrates all that is positive in the local area and everyone is welcome.â€
Anyone interested in entering a team for the tournament should contact Matt Smallwood on 01902 558574 or email email@example.com.