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Kit (1G), Quintus (1G), Hermione (1G), Hugo (1G), Kiera (1G), Albie (1G), Christian (1G), Ophelia (1G), Florence (1G), Felix (1G)
Max (4G), Charlie S (4G)
|The BHCC are busy organising a number of events for this term and next so please find below a few dates for your diary. More information about each event will come out in due course.|
For one night only; Friday 6th March from 7.30pm, ‘Ultimate Elton’ will be performing at Barrow Hills in the school hall. Come and join us for the irresistible songs of Elton John.
1) YES – tickets are only £14 per person. This is the BHCC big fundraiser for the Spring term so let’s make it a sell-out. Piano man; Paul Bacon, aka Ultimate Elton, has kindly offered his services at cost so all money raised goes towards the BHCC school fund.
2) NO – this isn’t the ‘real’ Elton, but a fabulous solo tribute act. He played at Elton John’s own mother’s birthday party when the man himself was too busy performing in Vegas, has dueted with Kiki Dee and delighted festival goers at Carfest. Check him out here: www.ultimateelton.com.
3) YES – Sandhills Distillery will be selling gin and tonics at £5 each. The BHCC will also be selling wine, beer and soft drinks.
4) YES – light nibbles will be served during the interval. But you may want to eat beforehand, as there won’t be a substantial meal on offer.
5) YES – fly solo (many are) or bring a friend (they don’t have to be a Barrow Hills parent).
6) NO – dancing isn’t mandatory (but we bet you won’t be able to help yourselves!)
7) NO – you don’t have to dress up, totally up to you what you wear.
Do join us for what is set to be a great night full of fun, singing and dancing, and raise money for the BHCC school fund.
Please save the date for the annual school Proms on Sunday 14th June from 1.00 -4.00 pm on the back lawn of the School and the Headmaster’s Summer Ball, the last event of the year, on Saturday 27th June from 7.00 pm.
March 6th – Reception and Year 6; May 15th – Nursery/Kindy and Year 7.
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