Something for everyone at Solihull Hospital Summer Fete
Sihillians will be hoping for good weather as the Friends of Solihull Hospital Association (FOSH) hold its annual fete in the grounds of Solihull Hospital on Saturday 4th June.
The fete starts at 1pm and will be officially opened by the new Mayor of Solihull, Councillor Mike Robinson. It promises to be lots of fun with children’s’ activities, live entertainment, vintage military vehicles, gift stalls, tombola and, of course, cakes and refreshments.
Live entertainment includes the Birmingham Irish Pipes and Drums, dog training demonstrations plus martial arts and dance performances. Activities for children include races, competitions and a bouncy castle.
The fete attracted over a thousand visitors last year and the FOSH team are hoping to do even better this year.
“The summer fete is one of the highlights of our fundraising calendar,” said Liz Steventon, FOSH chairperson. “It’s really great fun with lots of local entertainment. Bring the family, bring your friends, bring your neighbours! It’s always a loads of fun.”
Admission is £1 (children go free) and all money raised goes towards buying equipment for Solihull Hospital. There is free onsite parking for all visitors to the fete.
If you’d like to know more about the association or make a donation, please email Liz Steventon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since its founding, the Friends of Solihull Hospital association (FOSH) has raised over £1.5m. All money raised has been used to purchase equipment for the benefit of patients and/or staff at Solihull Hospital.