Well yes, they did! Over 8000 people visited the fair – the same attendance as 2017.
There were over 100 stalls selling all sorts of things including antiques, food, handbags, children’s clothes and cards.
Many amenity groups were represented including the, ran the tea tent as well as local services selling their wares, chiropractors, gardeners and photographers .
The fair was opened at around 11.30am by Hammersmith and Fulham Mayor and Councillor Daryl Brown followed by a prayer by the Vicar Tim Stilwell and the show began.
Local dance schools, performance classes, circus school and exercise studios took the stage followed by a magician, performing dogs and finally the.