Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Adrienne Ward - 21st May 2015 9:45am
Adrienne Ward (Co-Chair of Haddenham Community Infant School PTA) writes:
Thank you so much to everyone who supported our Family Fun Day last Saturday. The weather was glorious, the atmosphere was amazing and everyone had an excellent time!
Too many people to thank here, but well done to Ignite, the Lego Crew and Craft Wizards who gave up their free time to runs stalls for us, all our sponsors and donators, as well as DJ Deep who lent us a much needed sound system.
Thanks to all the PTA and extra helpers who supported me running my first Fun Day, I love you all! We made a record amount of money for the school, which included an incredible £875.36 from Victoria Randall of Barclays Bank, who was a great help on the day working our Bar and BBQ and kindly priced matched our Refeshments Stall.
The grand total was £2779! This was a massive achievement for everyone, and will buy lots of lovely things for the school.
You can catch up with some lovely photos of the Fun Day here on this website — see the GALLERIES
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