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By Haddenham Webteam - 1st May 2019 5:00pm
The Haddenham Community Infant School's annual Family Fun day will take place on Saturday 11th May.
It will be complemented by a short Fun Run to celebrate the opening of the school's new Wellness Hub, a fantastic new learning area dedicated to physical and emotional health and wellbeing.
Activities include sports challenges, fun & games and refreshments.
Entry to the Fun Day will be free: it starts 12noon, and the grand opening of the Wellbeing Hub will be at 1.30pm.
The Fun Run will cost £10 per family (up to 4 people, includes medals). Payment and Entry Forms must reach the school office by Tuesday 7th May. Then on Saturday actual registration starts at 11am and the Fun Run warm up starts 11.30am. Entry details can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
There's also a sponsorship form if you can assist the school to raise much-needed funds.
Both the Fun Run Entry Form and the Sponsorship Form can be downloaded by clicking on the PDFs featured on this page.
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