By Haddenham Webteam - 24th May 2016 11:00am
Here's a key summer event for your diary:
The PTA at Haddenham Community Junior School is hosting a Summer Carnival Dance on Saturday 25th June, taking advantage of the delightful social space offered by the school hall and quad.
Tickets are £17.50 which includes a BBQ Supper (various meats, salads and breads with vegetarian options) and entertainment from the fantastically funky, local band "Get Funky".
As many people will know "Get Funky" have played many years at the Haddenham Beer Festivals and you may know Alex Grout, base player with the band, from his regular slots as a presenter on local Summerfest Radio.
Last year's event was a huge success and organisers have every intention of making this year equally memorable.
They have given the event a Carnival theme in celebration of the Olympics happening this year in Rio and will have the hall kitted out with carnival colours and lots of fun and laughter will be thrown in too!
The quad area will be a fantastic chill-out zone with fire pits, comfy seating and heaters with the hope that on a summers evening party-goers will enjoy the opportunity to sip Prosecco and guzzle the beer which they can buy from our licensed bar.
It's set to be a great evening with fantastic entertainment which will raise funds for a new Traversing Wall to be erected on the back playground for the children to play in a safe environment.
Tickets are available from Shelley Smith: 01844 290171, Email email@example.com or from the school office.
Please note, the event is for over 18s only.
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