Posted: July 2016
This Saturday, 23 July is Karibuni's Family Fun Day. It will be held from 11am to 4pm at the Fairford Leys Community Centre and outside it in Hampden Square — (HP19 7HT for your sat nav). Entry is free and there will be a BBQ, refreshments and a wide range of stalls. Also available for your enjoyment are a circus workshop, children's games, cream teas, a bouncy castle, live music from the band stand, local choirs, a Pimms Bar and much, much, more.
All the proceeds will go to help Karibuni with their work with the children from the streets and slums of Kenya. For their website, click here.
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