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Jonathan Fairfield

Jesters Children’s Fair at Regents International School – Sunday 6th September 2015

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Jesters Children’s Fair at Regents International School – Sunday 6th September 2015

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The Jesters Care for Kids Children’s Fair is a charity event, with all proceeds donated to charity and used to help the less fortunate. There were bands playing performed by many local and international students from around town.

Other exciting activities included lots of games for the children such as balloon popping games and fishing games, with some great prizes up for grabs for all the children.

Entrance is THB 50 and children enter free.

www.care4kids.info

Time: 10am til 6pm

Venue: Regents International School Pattaya

There is plently of parking at Regent’s International School but shuttle buses will be leaving Father Ray Foundation on Sukhumvit Road on a continuous basis.

This service is for people without transport or prefer not to take their motorbikes on the highway.

You can park your motorbikes in the car park at Father Ray’s which is located between Soi 36/1 and Soi 36 on Sukhumvit, 700 m from Pattaya Klang heading north.

The Jesters Care for Kids Gala Party Night will take place on 19th September, 2015 at The Amari Orchid Hotel Pattaya.

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-- Inspire Pattaya 2015-09-04

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Seems like you'd get a better turnout if it were in the city rather than 15km outside.

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Seems like you'd get a better turnout if it were in the city rather than 15km outside.

Well it is where the motorway (#7) and Hwy 36 meet so can be accessed quite well and The Regents offers space and parking, something scarce in central Pattaya. For example the mentioned Father Ray's is difficult with the tunnel construction, on top of weekend traffic.

And it is nearer where I live. :D

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Seems like you'd get a better turnout if it were in the city rather than 15km outside.

It was far better attended when held at the driving range between Sukhumvit and 3rd road (previous location) IMHO, but we'll see what tomorrow delivers.

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The shuttle service has been cancelled this year:

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The bus service was being advertised on the TV channel so I do hope nobody was left stranded at the Father Ray foundation.

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