Chiswick's very own television sports presenter Clare Balding will be back once again to open one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar.
Event organiser Kirsten Lonsdale, mum-of-two from Chiswick , has also struck up a new partnership with food and beverage company Danone, which has relocated its London headquarters to Chiswick Business Park.
Things will kick off a little earlier at 10.30am to give Ms Balding enough time to dash to the BBC studios at Wimbledon to present the highlights of The Championships.
"It is so incredible to have the support of someone like Clare, who is a constant champion for sport, activity and healthy lifestyles,” Mrs Lonsdale said.
Last year, the event attracted a record 8,000-plus people of all ages to the grounds.
Ann Evans, Danone’s head of social innovation and sustainability, said: “Super Saturday of Sport is exactly the kind of event which resonates with what we do.
"Danone’s mission is to bring health through food to as many people as possible, so partnering with this great Chiswick event means we can reach more people and show why nutrition and activity are crucial to the health of the community and in particular, children."
The event has also attracted three new major local sponsors, including The Park Club with its new Club Des Sports programme, Borthwicks Estate Agent and Maverick & Wolf.
The popular Chiswick Rugby Club, Foucan Freerunning Academy, Sisters n’ Sport netball and Chiswick Gators Basketball Club are among the groups attending.
Among the other events on the day will be Yoga Muni leading mindfulness workshops and traditional sports such as football with Brentford FC CST.
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