SCORCHING weather brought out little Olympians in their droves for a fun filled Saturday.
Hundreds of sunlovers attended Southfield Primary School’s annual Sunflower Fete in Turnham Green on May 26.
This year the theme for the children’s fancy dress parade was The Olympics, which saw little ones dressed as one of the first ever Olympians, as well as more current sporting heros.
Other attractions included an inflatable water walker, Punch and Judy shows, a carousel, a bouncy castle, swing boats, face painting and helium balloons.
There were also more traditional games including hook a duck and the coconut shy.
Last year, the event raised over £11,000 for the installation of a sensory garden and organisers hope when they tally up the total, they will have beat it this year.
Headteacher Simon Prebble, said: “The Sunflower Fete is a much anticipated date on the school calendar. It’s a day when the whole school as well as the wider community can join together to help raise money for various school projects. First and foremost it is a lot of fun, it’s a great family day out and there is something for everyone."