By Haddenham Webteam - 27th October 2016 11:30am
Haddenham St Mary's CE School is hosting another of its very popular Fireworks Displays this Saturday, 29th October, from 5.00-7.00pm
Lots to entertain visitors of all ages, including a professional fireworks display, food, a bar, refreshments and additional entertainment.
Ticket prices in advance: Adults £5.50, Under 16s £4.50, Under 3s £Free.
Tickets on the door are £1 extra
Tickets are available Online, from the school office and in the following local shops: Egg House Charcuterie at Church End, White Hart Studio in Churchway, Haddenham Garden Centre and Blooming Fruity.
Or if you have children at Haddenham St Mary's School, speak to Becca Bolton in the Playground during pick up or drop off times.
If you purchase online, please print off the confirmation page and bring along on Saturday evening to prove your purchase — this will be checked off against a list of sales at the main entrance by the team of volunteers from the Rotary Club.
Online ticket sales will switch off late on Friday night28th October, tickets will still be available in the shops during the day on Saturday.
As the school often sees upwards of 1,000 people attending its Fireworks event, things get very busy in the immediate Church End area. Organisers therefore ask that you consider walking to the event please; or, if you have to drive, please park away from the immediate area around the Village Green, Aston Road & Church End.
For further updates visit the school website.
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