Sihillians will be hoping for good weather as the Friends of Solihull Hospital Association (FOSH) holds its 60th annual fete at Solihull Hospital next Saturday, 8 June.
The Fete will be officially opened by the councilor Joe Tildesley, Mayor of Solihull and will feature live entertainment, bouncy castle, bottle stall, raffle, bric a brac and cake stalls and lots more. It’s a great day out and fun for all the family with lots of activities for children.
Liz Steventon, honorary secretary, said: “Our summer fete is the major highlight of our fundraising calendar and all money raised goes towards supporting our Hospital. It’s a really good day out for all ages, with local entertainment that’s second to none.”
Admission is 50p (children and staff with ID Badges go free) and all money raised goes towards buying equipment for Solihull Hospital. The Friends of Solihull Hospital Association raise an average of £2,500 from the fete each year, and in the last 18 months have spent over 155,000 on equipment for patients at Solihull Hospital.
The fun starts at 1.30pm, is open to all members of the public and there is free onsite parking for all visitors whilst at Fete.
The Fete regularly attracts hundreds of visitors each year. If you would like to find out more about the Friends, or to make a donation, please email Liz Steventon on firstname.lastname@example.org