North London Hospice brings a village fête to Avenue House

We’re getting the bunting out for the North London Hospice summer fête at Avenue House on Sunday 24 July.

There will be entertainment for children of all ages including maypole dancing, storytelling, Morris dancers, a bouncy slide plus many traditional games and stalls. We also hope to have members of the Saracens Rugby team in attendance who will pose for photos with fans for a small Hospice donation. There will also be bric-a-brac and second-hand book stalls for the adults.

Avenue House will be manning a BBQ and selling refreshments from their café to raise funds for the Estate maintenance.

This is the second year we’ve held our annual fair at Avenue House and we are delighted to be involved once again with such an important and historic part of Finchley’s heritage.

Anita Brien, Community Fundraiser is ‘really looking forward to a fun-filled day where adults and children alike can enjoy themselves in the sunshine in such beautiful surroundings while supporting Hospice care.’

The gates open at 1:00pm and the fun will go on until 5:00pm. Entrance is £2 per adult and 50p per child to help raise funds for the hospice.

North London Hospice provides free end-of-life support for 1200 patients and their families in the boroughs of Enfield, Barnet and Haringey. We are only partially funded by the NHS and rely on donations from the community to fund the care for 3 out of every 4 patients.

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