The Mayor of Harrow, Cllr Ramji Chauhan is set to make a special appearance at Priestmead School’s highly anticipated Summer Festival, scheduled to take place Saturday, July 1st.
The festival has been organised with the help of PPA (Priestmead Parents Association) who have raised over £200k to enhance the learning experiences of Priestmead Children and support the community.
The PPA raise funds by running fun events such as the fair, where children and the wider community can get involved.
The event promises a fun-filled day for all attendees, with an array of exciting activities and attractions lined up.
Located at Priestmead Primary School on Hartford Avenue in Harrow, the Summer Festival will offer an assortment of entertainment options, ranging from fairground rides to games and even a bouncy castle.
Visitors can also explore various food stalls, showcasing treats and refreshments made by local Harrow residents and members of the school.
In addition to the amusements, the fair will host a raffle, presenting attendees with an opportunity to win prizes. Arts and crafts enthusiasts will have the chance to indulge in their creativity as well, with dedicated stations offering engaging projects for all ages.
A highlight of the day will be the presence of Harrow’s esteemed Mayor, who will attend the event and deliver an inspiring speech according to the organisers.
Entrance to the event is priced at £1 per person, ensuring an accessible and affordable experience for all. Furthermore, children will be granted free admission, allowing families to enjoy the festivities without any financial barriers.
Don’t miss out on this exciting community event! Join the Mayor of Harrow and fellow residents at Priestmead School’s Summer Fair on this Saturday, July 1st.