|17 Oct 2022|
Independent Catholic girls’ school, Loreto Normanhurst are thrilled to announce the return of the school’s Spring Fair fundraiser on Sunday the 30th of October. This will mark the first time since 2019 that Loreto Normanhurst have welcomed the community to the Spring Fair.
The public event will see members of the local community flock to the schools’ grounds in a celebration of Loreto Normanhurst community and enjoy a host of activities including rides, food and market stalls, Build-A-Bear Workshop, live music and the Battle of the Bands competition, raffles, and the popular Boarders’ Farmers Markets.
Held biennially, the Loreto Normanhurst Spring Fair is proudly organised by the Parent Association of Loreto Normanhurst (PAL) and hosted in partnership with the school, marking a significant celebration and fundraising initiative on the school’s calendar.
The Parent Association of Loreto Normanhurst will also be giving one lucky winner the chance to win a 2022 Hyundai Kona valued at $29,990 on the day. There are a limited number of raffle tickets available to secure a chance to win the car which is inclusive of all on-road costs.
The event also offers members of the community the opportunity to learn more about a Loreto Normanhurst education for their daughters, with members of the enrolments team available to answer questions and guide parents through the enrolment process on the day.
“We are excited to once again welcome members of the Loreto Normanhurst community to our Spring Fair. It is a much-loved occasion for our school community as we join to celebrate our school in a wonderful country-style, fun-filled, family event,” said Ms Marina Ugonotti, Principal of Loreto Normanhurst.
Loreto Normanhurst Spring Fair is proudly supported by Platinum Sponsors Suttons, Mecca, and Cove Made. The Gold sponsor is Snap Printing Waitara and Bronze sponsors include QOH Architects, Coast Finance Group and Cadenze Partners.
The Loreto Normanhurst Spring Fair will be located at 91-93 Pennant Hills Road, Normanhurst, with gates open from 10am-4pm on Sunday, 30th October.
To find out more and to purchase a car raffle ticket, prebook ride tickets and the Build-A-Bear Workshop, please visit www.loretonh.nsw.edu.au
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