Gracewell of Fareham to Host Charity Summer Fete

Gracewell  |  August 17, 2017
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Gracewell of Fareham care home are welcoming all to their summer fete on Saturday 26th August, which will raise money for the Transplant Games Fund and feature exciting stalls and activities.

The event, from 1-4pm, will give guests the chance to partake in a range of competitions, including ‘Name the Bear’, guess the number of sweets in a jar, a raffle, and a tombola.

Prizes feature a two course dinner for two at the Cams Mill restaurant, a voucher for Waterlooville Golf Club, a spa pass for two at Marriot Hotel and Country Club, afternoon tea and fizz at the Roundabout Hotel, and a family pass for five at Staunton Country Park.

Proceeds will go towards the Transplant Games Fund, through Southampton Children’s Hospital Charity, which will provide the opportunities for those who have undergone an organ transplant to participate in a variety of sports at the Transplant Games.

Southampton Children’s Hospital provides high-quality children’s services and achieves excellent outcomes, being one hospital out of only four in the UK to provide all hyper-acute children’s services on one site.

The summer fete is one aspect of the ongoing activities and events organised by Gracewell of Fareham to engage with the local community, and provide a dynamic environment for residents to live in.

The home’s summer ball will follow on September 20th, and will include live entertainment, a delicious buffet, and a range of drinks options.

Kate Heggarty, Home Admissions Adviser at Gracewell of Fareham, said:

“Our summer fete will raise money for an extremely valuable cause, while also allowing residents and guests to visit a variety of vibrant stalls, and try their hand at a number of exciting competitions.

“Some of the prizes on offer are very luxurious, and we thank all those who have very kindly donated something towards the event.

“We are always looking for new ways to make Gracewell of Fareham an even livelier and more engaging environment, and events such as our summer fete are a key part of achieving this aim.”