By Haddenham Webteam - 10th October 2013 6:00pm
The annual Haddenham St Mary's School firework display will be held on Saturday 2nd November. This year it will be bigger and better than ever with fireworks provided by a new company and set to music — for the very first time! The theme is 'A night at the movies'. Saturday 2nd November from 5.30pm at the school.
Tickets in advance are £5 adults, £4 under 16 and children under 3's are free (tickets will be £1 extra on the night). There will be music, bar, BBQ and entertainment.
This year you can buy tickets online on the PTA's page on the school website — your receipt is your ticket and you will need it for entry on the night. You can find the tickets online here
Alternatively, this year the PTA will be selling tickets in the afternoons in the school playground between Monday 14th and Friday 25th of October; come and find the PTA at pick-up time and you can buy your tickets there and then (no hunting parents down with an envelope this time!) We can take either cash or a cheque payable to 'Haddenham St Mary's CE School PTA'.
Advance tickets are also available from White Hart Studio, Parminters the Butchers and Blooming Fruity.
If you have any questions about the event you can contact us via email at:
This is a Haddenham St Mary's CE School PTA fundraising event Registered charity: 1038976.
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