Join the Devonshire Road street party in Chiswick W4 – September 9 11am-4.30pm

Join the Devonshire Road street party in Chiswick W4 – September 9 11am-4.30pm

Mike in Kit 1991
Mike Moran in his rugby kit in 1991

Mike Moran owner of Top Hat dry cleaners is a larger-than-life character within the close-knit Devonshire Road community. He supports local charities and schools and is one of the main people behind the popular and successful annual Devonshire Road Street Party.

This year’s event will be held on Saturday September 9 from 11am-4:30pm.

Visitors can look forward to a range of activities and entertainment including no less than nine musical acts, among them rat pack crooner Ray Lowe, Sikh drummers, Bollywood and Hindu
music. There will also be lashings of cake, food and drink and plenty of freebies.

Each year the event raises thousands of pounds for charity. Last year the organisers handed over £6,000 to Water Aid, which works to supply safe water to communities around the
world, and to W4 Youth which provides 250 young people in west London with a supportive network, fun activities and a safe place to go.

• For more details of this year’s event visit www.devonshireroad.london

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