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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd October 2014 5:30am
Haddenham St Mary's School is hosting another of its annual firework displays on Saturday 8th November, from 5.30pm, and this year's theme will be 'Disney classics'.
The display will feature magical Disney music from such films as Frozen, Madagascar, The Lion King, Glee and more ... so it looks like being an Autumn highlight for the village.
The event will also offer a BBQ, Bar and other entertainments.
Buying tickets in advance saves you some money, and these are available at Blooming Fruity, White Hart Studio, Parminters and Twist at the Green Dragon:
Adults — £5.50
Under 16s — £4.50
Under 3s — Free
Tickets are £1 extra for purchased on the night.
You can even book online, at:
Or Email: email@example.com
Haddenham St Mary's School Fireworks Night is a PTA fundraising event.
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