All Saints Primary School in March to host biggest ever firework display
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The big bang is coming to All Saints in March as the school prepares to host its biggest ever firework display.
The primary school will this November celebrate its 12th year of holding a public bonfire spectacular.
Zoe Betts, chairman of the school PTA, said: “This year we have lots of things for families to do and we have spent the most money ever on fireworks so it will definitely be the biggest bang yet.
“We work hard to make sure it is a fantastic night of family fun at great value with everyone invited.”
The event takes place on Friday November 3 at All Saints School on County Road, March.
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Gates open at 5.30pm with the firework spectacular at 6.30pm.
There will also be funfair rides, bouncy castles, craft stalls, games stalls, food stalls including hot dogs, burgers, soups, sweet stalls, and hot and cold drinks.
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Tickets on the door cost £4.50 for adults and £3.50 for children. Pre purchased and family tickets are now on sale in the school reception.
Those buying tickets in advance will also be entered into the draw to press the detonator button and start the fireworks.
Call Zoe Betts on 07747 752344 for more information.