Little Common School’s Parent Teacher Association is looking for local businesses to help support it’s big summer fete this year.
Ebony Varney, from the PTA, explained: “This year our Summer Fete will be held on Saturday June 20 from 12 - 4pm.
“The fete is the highlight of our annual fundraising endeavours and is a hugely successful event, attended by a broad
demographic of approximately 1,000 visitors from Bexhill and surrounding areas.
“In order to increase funds raised, one of the PTA’s key objectives is to create a cost-neutral Summer Fete and to achieve
this we are looking for as much community involvement and sponsorship as possible.
“We are looking for local businesses who would like to sponsor various elements of our summer fete including banner signs, sponsoring stalls and advertising in the programme. There is also potential for branded goody-bags.
“Little Common School is the largest primary school in Bexhill and we believe that local families are extremely supportive of companies who assist the school.
“With this in mind, we feel that this is a wonderful opportunity to heighten your company’s local profile whilst also building positive relationships with a broad local audience as well as highlighting your consideration for the positive development of our community.
“As well as sponsorship, we are also asking organisations to consider donating suitable/saleable items or food and/or beverages that we can sell at our fete or include as raffle prizes and we would be extremely grateful if you would like to consider any suitable donation.
“All donations are greatly received and again in return, we would be delighted to offer an appropriate sponsorship package.
“As a PTA and registered charity, we have a number of fairly significant and relatively costly initiatives that we would very much like to fulfil on behalf of our school; one of which is to fund a music, art and learning facility for our existing pupils.”
To get involved contact Ebony on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 07770 444476.