THE seventh annual Spring in the Grove family day this Sunday promises to be an event for everyone.
There will be stalls selling show bags, crafts, clothing, jewellery and more as well as entertainment including a jazz group, the West Perth Football Club, billy cart racing and roving magicians and clowns.
Organiser Bill McClelland said the event would be at the Neerabup Primary School oval from 10am to 3pm.
‘The aim of the day is to provide a venue where residents and visitors can come along to spend a few hours together in a pleasant environment, to have some fun and be entertained, to interact with our neighbours of many nationalities and to assist in the uniting of the old and new Banksia Grove,’ he said.
Spring in the Grove is a not-for-profit organisation put together by people who live or work in the suburb.
‘Any money earned on the day goes directly back into promoting next year’s event with the exception of a percentage which goes to local worthwhile causes,’ he said.
‘Since our first venture in 2008 we have had an estimated 15,000 visitors to the fete and have offered our support to many charities.’
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