PREPARATIONS are underway for the annual Friends of Solihull Hospital (FOSH) summer fete on Saturday (June 4).
There will be plenty to do and see with a bouncy castle, face painting, and a number of stalls including a raffle – and a small display of vintage military vehicles at the Lode Lane hospital.
Visitors will be entertained from 1pm until 5pm as Birmingham Irish Pipes and Drums, are warming up ready for the fete and dancers, martial arts group and dogs trainers will also be on hand throughout the afternoon.
Each year the fete raises money to help boost funds for the group who buy the hospital much-needed and life-saving equipment.
Liz Steventon, chairman of FOSH, said: “FOSH hold events throughout the year and are extremely passionate about supporting Solihull Hospital and it would be great to see as many people as possible turnout to make the summer fete another great success.”
Tickets cost £1 for and adults and free for accompanied children, staff and patients.
There is also free onsite parking while at the fete.
For more contact Liz Steventon on 07909 912525.