All roads lead to Arbor Village’s Spring fête

Residents cutting bunting in preparation for the fête. Photograph by Roby Alexander.

Methodist Homes Arbor Village in Bedfordview is a hive of activity as residents are getting ready for the annual spring fête.

Arbor Village, one of 15 Methodist Homes Retirement Villages, will host the event at its premises at the corner of Smith and Bradford Roads, Bedfordview on September 16 from 8am to 2pm.

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The garden stall is a popular attraction at the fête each year and the tea garden will provide locals with the opportunity to sit back and relax.

The tea garden is before the white elephant, clothing, jewellery and cake stalls while enjoying the sound of the Jeppy Boys School Pipe Band and the magnificent skills of the St Dominic’s School drum majorettes.

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Face painting and the exciting fish tank stall with its many prizes will keep the children busy on the day as they get to eat ice cream and pancakes that will be sold at the fête.

The proceeds from the previous two years saw the purchase of panic buttons for the residents of the independent living units as well as the installation of water saving Jo Jo tanks throughout the Village.

Contact Arbor Village on 011 686 1760.

Bedfordview and Edenvale News

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