A KIDDERMINSTER school PTA is preparing for a day of family fun at their annual Summer Fayre.

Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre on Birmingham Road are holding the community event bringing a host of activities for families to enjoy, with the proceeds going to two charities.

The mayor elect Mr Martin Stooke will open the Fayre at 12.30pm on Saturday June 23 and will feature attractions including a huge bouncy slide and castle, bungee run, with raffles, tombola’s and a DJ.

People can enter the Fayre’s grand PTA Raffle, where contenders will have the chance to win a range of prizes, from shopping, food and leisure vouchers, to the star prize of a weekend break at a Lake District lodge.

There will also be a variety of stalls, with refreshments on offer including ale and cider, home-made cakes and ice cream and a British barbecue.

PTA Chair Mrs Michelle Howles said: “The Holy Trinity community look forward to this event every year and it is wonderful to be able to share it with our neighbours from across the Wyre Forest.

“In addition to raising funds for the benefit and enrichment of the school’s pupils we will be supporting two amazing charities - the Little Princess Trust, who make real hair wigs for children going through chemotherapy, and the Birmingham Children's Hospital - which were chosen due to their care of a Holy Trinity pupil who is suffering from leukaemia.

Entry to the event costs 50p, with free entry for those under two.