Merton Dog Watch: Saturday 12th May 2018 sponsored by The Vet
What's on at Morden Family Funday
Morden Family Funday Mission
To create an exciting, adventurous and action packed funday for all the family and community. By inviting local activity groups, charities and all working for the benefit of our community, (keeping the fair local is one of the main aims), we plan to involve one and all, old and young, in a day of fun and celebration. A funday for the community by the community.
The Morden Family Funday Events in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 have raised over £32,000.00 for local charities and
organisations. As requested by some of the organisers, the MFFD also supported
charities and organisations outside of the local area, even as far as Tanzania,
At the 2018 event we plan to highlight and support one local charity and donate as much as 50% of the funds raised from the event to the main charity, whilst continuing to support the other charities that attend.
In the forthcoming years we plan to rotate the main charity that we support. The charity chosen as the main charity will be selected by the MFD organisers committee.
- Stall Holders/local organisations having a fun stall (with games) showing their activities and signing up new recruits
- Areas for children, young people and adults, with play areas and community interest stalls
- Funfair and Bouncy Castles
- Picnic and catering Zone
- Sound Stage and Arena for live events
- Festival of Football
- Morden Classic Car Show
- Nerf Gun Battlezone
- Children's Train Ride
- XPN Dance Troop
- Goodfellows Raffle
- Line Dancing
- Rodeo Bull
- Maven Vets Dog Show
- and much much more
The Event will be made up of over 60 stalls, both commercial and charity.
A further £1707.60 was raised on the day by the stallholders.
The Morden Family Funday also made donations of £741.07 from other events including Merton Dog Watch and Mitcham Carnival:
A further £500.00 was raised by stallholders at the Merton Dog Watch.
A GRAND TOTAL of £7160.67
Morden Family Funday has now raised over £32,000.00 in the last four years.