Free family fun day in East Ham tomorrow

PUBLISHED: 16:31 29 June 2018 | UPDATED: 16:31 29 June 2018

The day will include zumba sessions, raffle prizes and ice cream and candyfloss stalls. Picture: Steve Poston

The day will include zumba sessions, raffle prizes and ice cream and candyfloss stalls. Picture: Steve Poston


A family fun day is taking place in East Ham tomorrow.

To raise money for Newham’s homeless, there’ll be stalls, food and guest speakers at the event in Wordsworth Health Centre’s car park.

Entry is free and there’ll be an opportunity to meet the local police team and have a free health check.

Visitors can get henna tattos, mini massages or have their faces painted, and there’ll be a raffle and zumba classes going on.

Refreshments will include a food and cake stall, candyfloss and ice cream.

It’ll take place from 12.30 until 2.30pm at Wordsworth Health Centre’s car park, Wordsworth Avenue E12 6SU.

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