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A great night at Oatlands Fest!

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/03/2018 - 24/03/2018
7:00pm - 11:00pm

Location
Oatlands Infant School

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Two fun evenings of drink, food and live music are taking place at Oatlands Infant next weekend to raise money for new playground equipment.

Organised by the PTA, the annual Oatlands Fest has been running for the past eight years and is always a highlight of the school’s fundraising calendar.

This year’s on Friday and Saturday evening, 23 and 24 March 2018, has been revamped to offer a wider range of drinks, with a selection of beers alongside premium quality gins, prosecco and cocktails. Food will be provided, and there will be live music from well-known Harrogate rock band Kasiuss, who will be playing a mix of covers.

All profits from Oatlands Fest 2018 will go towards funding new equipment for the school’s play areas.

 

Mark Kitchen, one of the organisers of this year’s , said:

We’re looking forward to another great Oatlands Fest and, with less than two weeks to go, would urge anyone who hasn’t yet got their ticket to buy one as they’re in demand!

It’s a fantastic opportunity to get together with friends, have a drink or two, and hear some great live music, which this year will be kept to a reasonable level to allow guests to enjoy chatting to each other.

We’ve also got lots of brilliant raffle prizes which have been donated by some very generous local businesses, including meal and drinks vouchers at local restaurants and pubs, massage and yoga sessions, a beer hamper, and a haircut.

 

Tickets cost £12.50, which includes four drinks tokens, and are available from the website www.oatlandsfest.org.uk, where full details of the event can also be found.

 







 


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