FETE 2020

5 weeks to go . . .

The Fete Planner – your guide to the run up to Sat 21 March – is on its way and will be with you early next week via your (eldest) kid’s red folder. See the top six stories below for this week’s latest fete news.

To lend a hand please email Erica at wspsfete.coordinator@gmail.com

Many hands make light work

Many hands make light work

Got a bit of time you could give around drop off or pick up? We’re looking for volunteers to sort donations from Wed 19 Feb and to sell wristbands for the week starting Mon 16 Mar. Donation sorting help What does this entail: help receiving and sorting book, clothes...

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Donations open Wed 19 Feb

Donations open Wed 19 Feb

We start taking donations from 19 Feb, every school day 8.45 – 9.15am and 3.15 – 3.45pm. So please start channeling your inner Marie Kondo and if those books, quality kids/ladies clothes or toys no longer bring your joy then drop them at the fete shed. Keep an eye out...

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Waste less @ Wales Street

Waste less @ Wales Street

On fete day, we’re going to reuse, repurpose, wash, recycle and compost more than ever before. We’re designing the fete always keeping our moto Waste less @ Wales Street front of mind. There’s lots you can do to help us… Second hand shopping is a great way for our...

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Final call for musos and MCs

Final call for musos and MCs

The stage line up is nearly full but we’d still love to hear from any kids or parents who'd like to perform. Email Simon and Katie at wspsfete.stage@gmail.com Back to Fete 2020 news >

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Silent Auction support

Silent Auction support

The silent auction is a massive money raiser for the school. Its success is based on local businesses and families donating goods and services for auction, from cases of wine to holiday home rentals. If you can donate something, or know of someone who might, please...

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CH-CH-CH-CH-CHANGES

CH-CH-CH-CH-CHANGES

Please note we’re not taking bric-a-brac, hamper or soft drink can donations this year and there will not be a raffle. The fete is an epic amount of work to put together, especially given the many other time commitments of the parent volunteers who make it all happen....

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