All the fun of the fayre, in aid of disabled veterans

June 12, 2017qahhNews

There will be bunting galore on Boundary Road, Worthing on Saturday 8 July, as The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home (QAHH) opens its doors to the public for its Summer Fayre!

The charity’s annual event is held to raise money for the local Hospital Home, which cares for disabled ex-Servicemen and women. QAHH strives to improve the mobility and independence of its residents through rehabilitation services such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy and social and recreation activities.

Event organiser, Samantha Stokes, explains: “The Summer Fayre is a chance for us to invite the community in and show off QAHH. It also allows us to raise vital funds so that we can continue to offer the facilities and services we do for our veterans. We have a whole host of different attractions at the Fayre this year; there really is something for everyone, so come and see us and bring your friends and family too!”

The event promises to be fun for all ages, including market and craft stalls, a pop-up charity shop, live music, a dance troupe, children’s entertainment, a magician, plenty of food and refreshments, plus military exhibitions! There will also be a special performance by military band, The Band of The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment.

The QAHH Summer Fayre is on from 1.30pm until 4pm, and entry is by donation. The QAHH Grand Prize Draw will also take place on the same day – you can buy your tickets in advance from QAHH – contact Samantha on 01903 218444 or email:

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