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New Year Fireworks

Haddenham St Mary's School PTA is hosting another of its extremely popular Firework Displays on Saturday 7th November, on the school field.

If you haven't been before, this is the school's biggest event of the year and involves the whole village. Obviously the evening is all about the fantastic fireworks display, but organisers have plenty to entertain the family throughout the event, which opens at 5.00pm: Hot Food, Bar, Fairground Rides, Stalls ... plus lots more.

Advanced tickets are on sale via the school website they are also available in from White Hart Studio, The Egg house Charcuterie, Blooming Fruity, and Haddenham Garden Centre.

Adults £5.50, U16's £4.50, U3's FREE. (Tickets £1 extra on the night of the event). Haddenham St Mary's CE School PTA (Registered Charity — 1038976)

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