The Ealing 135 Spring fair has a new location in Walpole park and it's going to be their biggest event yet. This year it will take place on Saturday 14 May from 1-4 pm, from its new location at the Rickyard building and the surrounding area, next to the Children’s playground in Walpole Park. The Seaside themed Spring fair will be a fun day for all the family. It's open to all and free entry.
There are all the games you expect from a traditional fair including hook-a-duck, lucky dip, tin can alley, splat-the-rat to keep the kids entertained. There will also be crafts, face-painting, a bouncy castle and a fancy dress competition. There will be plenty to keep the adults occupied too: a raffle, a grown up (boozy) tombola and a selection of some of Ealing’s best local businesses and entrepreneurs showcasing their talents from the stalls. Alongside all of the above an Ealing 135 event would not be the same without its legendary cake stall and the free taster sessions provided by children’s entertainers.
Ealing 135 is a friendly local network run by and for parent and carers in the borough of Ealing. It is run entirely by volunteers drawn from within their membership. They organise and run local family friendly events including the Spring fair, play sessions, parent and carer groups, action songs and rhymes sessions, Nearly new sales, Halloween parties, Christmas parties, adults socials, the list goes on!
Ealing 135 is known for raising money for local charities and this year’s featured charity is Home-start Ealing. Home-start Ealing is a registered charity, supporting families with young children who live in the within the borough. All the families Home-start work with are experiencing some type of stress or difficulty which could include isolation, poverty, mental health issues, bereavement and disability. For more information go to www.homestartealing.org. Home-start Ealing will be there on the day promoting their cause, recruiting volunteers and asking for donations.