Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

PUBLISHED: 15:44 24 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:44 24 January 2018

Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

Archant

A Fenland school reunion is taking place at the March Braze Club in two months time.

Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club 
Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

Arrangements for the reunion have been made by Teresa Croft, Joanne Bird, Karen Lawrence and Thelma Doncaster.

The reunion is being held on Friday March 23 from 7.30pm.

Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club 
Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

Tickets are £10 each and available from March Braza Club.

There will be a disco DJ, Stefan Hedges, who was a pupil of Hereward School.

Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club 
Calling all 1979-85 Hereward school pupils - there’s a reunion happening at March Braza Club

It will be an 80’s themed evening. Fancy dress is optional, it would be great to see some 80’s fashion and hair styles.

There will be a buffet, a surprise guest or two, photo opportunities, a raffle with a twist and lots more.

Tickets are being offered to students that attended The Hereward from 1979-85 - that includes everyone from year one to year five in any given year at that time. The hall holds 300 people and half of the tickets have gone already so people need to be quick.

After costs and expenses are paid from sale of tickets, money left/money raised on the night will be donated to a local charity.

Teresa Croft

Via email


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