Brentside High School pupil, Alice, was a talented, upcoming Hanwell musician who was tragically murdered last summer.
In memory of 14-year-old Alice, her devoted family have set up Alice’s Youth Music Memorial Fund, which provides donations to the National Foundation for Youth Music.
The fund has had tremendous support, not only from the local community but from all over the world, so far raising more than £20,000 towards providing more than 90,000 young people with the opportunity to make music and helping them to overcome the challenges they face in their lives.
The organisers of the carnival have now decided to dedicate a tent at the event to her memory.
Alice’s family said: "Alice’s Acoustic Tent will expressly feature young, local musicians, and acts who have performed there in the past, to deliver an afternoon of top-quality performances and happy vibes.
"We hope you will all come and enjoy the music, stay and chill awhile, and help support the fund."
Later this year, Alice's sister and mother will take on the Thames River Ultra Challenge in memory of the teenager and to raise money for charity Missing People.
Matt Griffiths, chief executive of the National Foundation for Youth Music, said: “Community music-making is at the heart of what we do at Youth Music and we’re very grateful that this wonderful annual community event in Hanwell is using music to support Alice’s Youth Music Memorial Fund.
“We feel humbled that the community is making such a valuable contribution towards our work with disadvantaged young people and in so doing, creating a lasting tribute to Alice.”
Hanwell Carnival, believed to be London’s oldest carnival, takes place on Saturday June 20, at Elthorne Park, Boston Road. Entry is free.
Organisers are still seeking applications for this year's royal family.