BONFIRE NIGHT & FIREWORK DISPLAY – Friday 5th November at Barton Village Hall.
17:45 Doors open and food, sweets and drinks are available
18:15 Bonfire is lit
18:45 Firework Display
Entrance is payable on the gate; £5 per adult and £2.50 per child.
Barton Manor hotel hotpot or butter pie priced at £4, Hot Dogs £1.50, and all drinks, hot or cold priced at 50p.
Please DO NOT bring Sparklers to this event due to the terms of our insurance.
This is always a fantastic evening; the fireworks are provided by Barton Grange and really are spectacular. As you can appreciate, admission numbers are strictly limited by the insurance company and we often have to turn people away. Please arrive in plenty of time to avoid disappointment. Once we have reached capacity, we simply cannot let anyone else in!
PTFA are running an Easter Raffle to be drawn on Friday 26th March. We have 5 x Easter egg bundles along with 5 x runner up prizes to be won. Tickets can be purchased from ParentPay for £1 each.
You have to be in it to win it!!
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Between now and Easter Monday 4th April we will be competeing with a sponsored Canal Walk............ with a twist.
The Lancaster Canal is 42 miles and we are asking families to walk around their local area with the aim to walk as much of the 42 miles as they can. All whilst obtaining sponsorship from friends and family.
A dash down to the corner shop for milk. A morning walk of the dog. A scoot along the A6. All of this can add up to your ‘Canal’ walk. So, who will get the closest to the 42 miles? Who might achieve it without even leaving their own back garden? Will Mr.Crook's class be stepping out on top of the leaderboard or will Mrs. Loughran's class be racing ahead to the finish line? Please follow our facebook page to keep to date with the latest news.