11.00am – 14. 00pm on Sunday, 22nd September 2019
Park Ridings and Malvern Road will be closed to through traffic. A special event to bring the Hornsey Park community together!
Food and drinks – Please bring sweet or savoury food to share. Alcoholic drinks allowed (free coffee & teas and soft drinks). Please bring a chair.
Games for all ages – Face painting, balloon modelling, table tennis, badminton, karam board, duck fishing and much more.
Pets – There’ll be a competition for the pet with the biggest smile, shiniestnose, best tail, etc.
Harvest festival table –To share or swap produce, seeds & cuttings and chat. A space to bring unwanted toys, kids clothes, books and exchange them with your neighbours.
Can you help? We need help setting up and clearing away and marshalling barriers. Please call Marcus on 07720 886 177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call Marcus on 07720 886 177 or email email@example.com
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