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Infant School PTA is hosting a 'Festive Rollerama' skating session for youngsters on Friday 16th December, from 4.00-6.00pm in the VH.

Tickets are buy-on-the-door only. £2.50 to skate and £2.50 for the 'meal deal' for those who would like it.

Skate hire is free of charge.

Entry is on a first come first served basis and tickets are strictly limited for safety reasons. A qualified first aider will be on site but please remember that falls and bumps do happen and you skate at your own risk!

Please also remember that Rollerama is strictly a parent-supervised session.

The meal deal is a hotdog in a roll with chips, a drink of squash and a festive treat. There will be a vegetarian option available. Tea and coffee will be available for parents in exchange for a small donation.

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