Revealed! Summer Fayre Raffle Prize Winners



Check to see who won prizes in this year's Summer Fayre Raffle!

The Raffle raised a fantastic £1,431, with the total boosted a further £100 to £1,531 when winner of the cash prize (Maks from Winter class) donated their prize back to FOHMS. Many thanks for your generosity!

If you are a lucky prizewinner, please collect your prize before school closes on Friday.

Special thanks to our raffle team Sarah Aldridge & Raffaelle Convert who donated hours of their time outside of their jobs and families to make this happen.






£100 cash Maks Family (Winter Class) kindly donated their win back to FOHMS x FOHMS
Pokemon goodie prize Eissa (Year 5)
Two companion packs containing beers, glasses & snacks from award-winning, planet-saving 
Toast Ale which brews with surplus bread destined for the bin and which donates all profits to charity
1. Helen Sawka
2. name withheld
4 books especially selected for Henry Maynard School children from Waterstones in Walthamstow Ralph Wager (Roman Class)
Waterstones logo
£25 voucher for yummy pizza from Yard Sale Pizza
Ottilie (Viking class)**
Selection of fine & fancy cheeses from Froth & Rind
Maurice Skinner-Wilkins (Willow)
3-Course Dinner for 2 plus wine from The Castle E17 Ezra's parents (Birch) The Castle E17
Dine at The Kitchen E17 with a £30 voucher
Sophie Hunt (Winter Class) the kitchen e17
Two handbags donated by Parent Desree 1. Finn Griffiths (Mars)

2. Celia (Spring)
Artist print by E17 painter and printmaker Kirsten Schmidt from 
E17 Art House Picture Framing
Jenny Barker E17 Art House
Case of award-winning Signature Brew from its E17 brewery 
OR a meal for 2 from 
The Collab
Lyla Adam's parents (Clover)** The Collab
Small red bag; voucher for lunch for 2 + a jar of Peeld Chilli Jam from 
Poke & Acai
Archie Adams (Roman)** Peeld E17
A delectable & divine ice cream cake from artisan London ice-creamery 
Ruby Violet Ice Cream & Sorbet
Jack (Winter) ruby violet ice cream sorbet logo
Multiple prizes of gift bags full of homewares and trinkets for children & adults alike  from No70 Hoe Street gift shop
- Alex (Oak)

- Nancy Freeman (Poppy)

- Jesse Barnes (Sycamore)

- Lara (Saturn)

- Nioa Abiole (Spring)

- Lisa Driscoll (Winter)
70 hoe street e17 gift shop logo
Free KeepCup with voucher for 2 free hot drinks (or delicious iced coffees!) from Hucks coffee
Skye Grantwood (Daisy)
Axe slinging for 2 at Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing
Mylo Freeman's parents (Norman)
Selection of professional cook books donated by Parent Nikki Haggett
Erin Potts (Daisy)**
Season tickets, scarves + team shirt for Walthamstow Football Club
James Bass (Ruby)
Box of 6 delicious deluxe macarons from The Little Mandarin Helen Skinner (Ladybird)


Uncollected prizes**

These prizes are still waiting to be collected at the office at Addison Road. Please collect before the end of this week when school closes.

Huge thanks to our Raffle donors & to you at home!

MASSIVE THANKS go to all our donors for giving so generously to assemble an enticing price list!

And thanks to everyone who bought tickets or sold to your neighbours, friends and family.

This really was a team effort.

Where's the money going?

Proceeds of the Raffle will go towards the NEW playground coming for Reception children soon! (more below).

Want to know the winners' names before anyone else next time?

Members of the Raffle team are privy to the results before anyone else, and also have the pleasure of notifying the winners! You can get access too by volunteering for the next raffle planned for December! Get in touch at FOHMS' marvellous Raffle Team.




pirate ship playground henry maynard primary school e17


FOHMS' principal fundraising focus is for an amazing NEW playground and outside play area for our Reception children.

We also pay for other year group activities including trumpet-playing lessons for Year 5 children and free t-shirts for Year 6 leavers to treasure as mementos of their time at primary school.

We also expect to support families in need over the coming Winter during the cost of living crisis.



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