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Lawnfest at West Heath School

Lawnfest PosterIt is not often that I get to read the glossy celebrity magazines but whilst waiting for the Dentist, an article in OK Magazine caught my eye on account of the name of 'Lawnfest'.

I thought that there was a festival of lawns that we were not aware of that had slipped the net.

Lawnfest is a charity fundraiser organised by Camilla Fayed at West Heath School based in Sevenoaks, Kent.


West Heath School was the school at which Diana Spencer, later to become the Princess of Wales, spent “the happiest days of my life”. Coincidentally it was taken into Receivership the day after the Princess & Dodi Fayed were so tragically killed on 31 August 1997.

Thanks to Patron, Mohamed Al Fayed’s unmatched generosity, The New School opened as a living memorial to them both in September 1998.

Lawnfest is proudly sponsored by Harrods and Waitrose.

I think we should get involved too, it sounds fun and a worthy cause.

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