Playing Fields Pavilion, Woodways
By Haddenham Webteam - 16th May 2013 1:01am
The PTA of Haddenham Community Infant School are holding a Summer Fun Day on Sunday 19th May, guranteed to provide fun for all the family! Proceedings get underway at 12.30pm.
Here's a schedule and a list of all the activities:
12.30pm — Join Janey for a family Jazzercise
1:00pm — Settle down with a hot dog / burger and watch the Haddenham Hoofers
1.45pm — Grab your raffle tickets for the prize draw
Games & Activities
Spot the member of staff — "When I was at school..."
Try your luck on the tombola, both kids and bottle
Jump around on the bouncy castles
Chat to our local fire crew and climb aboard their fire engine
Glam up/get a tattoo at the beauty parlour
Make a splash at the stocks.... or water pistol shooting range
Demonstrate your kicking skills at the football
Feed the monkey!
Hone your throwing skills at the coconut shy
Hook a duck
Stock up with second hand uniform
Buy some home produce
Participate in some colouring and crafts
... and relax with the array of refreshments, bar and BBQ
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