Horsham Hospital’s biggest fundraiser takes place again today (Saturday May 21).
The annual summer fete, organised by the League of Friends, is always a popular event and raises valuable funds to help the Hurst Road hospital.
It is, as usual, held in the hospital grounds and this year will have a selection of 30 different stalls, plus fairground rides and for the first time there will be a model railway on show.
The Crawley Millenium Band will be entertaining visitors and there will also be live music from Objayda and a dancing display by the Bousfield School of Dancing.
The fete will be opened this year by Horsham MP Jeremy Quin.
Entrance will be 50p per head and the fete will take place from 1pm to 4pm with the official opening at 2pm.
If it rains the event will be moved inside the hospital.
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