Fancy enjoying a fun day out with music, delicious food and activities, all for a good cause?
On Sunday September 11, from midday until 6pm, the St James Street Festival will be coming to Hammersmith in order to raise vital funds for Maggie's Cancer Care Centres.
The Festival will feature stalls, including cakes, bric-a-brac, jewellery, nearly new clothes and household goods.
There will also be a barbecue, raffle, tombola, refreshments, live music, fortune-telling, magic, and many more fun activities for children and adults.
The charity's headquarters are based on St James Street in Hammersmith, and one of their main centres is based next to Charing Cross Hospital. The charity and local centres support cancer patients and their families.
The annual St James Street festival began last year, in memory of a resident of the road, Jane Eggleston, who died suddenly from lung cancer in her early sixties. She had lived in the street for thirty years.
The other residents of the road started the festival, and raised £3,500 for Maggie's Cancer Care Centres in her honour.
This year, the festival is being organised by neighbours and volunteers from the community, with support of small local businesses, and the organisers hope to surpass their fundraising total from last year.
Find out more about Maggie's Cancer Care Centres by visiting their website here.