The family day out organised by Donna Fyfe took place at Wesley Hall in Crookes. There were live performances from Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, face and nail painting, a bouncy castle, raffle, as well as cake and craft stalls.
Donna said: “Thank you so much to everyone that came along.”
A local volunteer is organising a Frozen Family Fun Day in aid of the Save the Children child refugee appeal.
The family day out organised by Donna Fyfe will run 1-4pm on 10 October 2015 at Wesley Hall in Crookes, Sheffield, S10 1UD.
Family tickets priced £5 will be available on the door.
There will be live performances from Queen Elsa and Princess Anna, face and nail painting, a bouncy castle, raffle, as well as cake and craft stalls, other activities and performances will all be manned by a band of willing volunteers.
Local youngsters from June D Gill School of Theatre Dance, based at Stephen Hill church in Crosspool, have been selected for the Disney Performing Arts onstage programme in Paris – and they’re hosting a special event to raise funds to help make the trip happen.
The group is busily raising funds to support the 27 girls with the cost of costumes and travel for the October trip.
Local Businesses in Crosspool, Fulwood, Ranmoor and Broomhill have donated some fabulous prizes for a raffle. Tickets can be purchased at the Dance School Stephen Hill on Saturdays Mornings or by calling Lucy on 07854 285700.
Princess Elsa from Frozen, Cinderella and other guests will be meeting everyone and there will be a summer fair with cake stalls, a chocolate fountain, coffee, dancing, face painting, nail art, hair braiding, sideshows, princess & pirate crafts and princess pamper massages for parents. Come in fancy dress if you like!