More than 150 people came together at a unique fair on the weekend to not only have fun but also raise money for a local alternative non-government school.
Eton Farm Education hosted its twilight fair last Saturday and despite the blistering heat it was a fabulous evening under the stars with many from the Serpentine Jarrahdale community.
Eton Farm Education founder and principal Mary McKay-Walton said it was a beautiful setting with fantastic live music, food vans and plenty to do for people of all ages.
“We had pony rides, face painting, live music from Scott Aitken and Two Cent Professionals and local stalls with soaps, candles, plants and novelty items,” she said.
“It was wonderful to have people come to the farm and enjoy themselves, even though the weather was against us.”
Photographs – Richard Polden.