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The Bonfire Night at The Cotton Arms was a FANTASTIC success and what an amazing community event and spectacular firework display were put on by Steve Harding and Joe Kelly.

Tonight can't pass without saying a very big THANK YOU to both Joe and Steve for not only their pyrotechnic brilliance but also their huge generosity towards the community and especially our school.

Sincere thanks also go to:

  • Julie and the staff of The Cotton Arms for their hospitality.
  • FOWS members especially Lyndon Jones for all the 'behind the scenes' organisation supported by volunteer parents (erecting the marquee last week).
  • Sam Heaton for purchasing the 'glow in the dark' accessories that went down a treat
  • Erica Taylor, Becky Charlesworth, Stacey Hindmarch and their families and Christophe Cador who helped sell the glow goodies.
  • Louise Jones along with Debbie and Ali Rowlands and I, who good humouredly shook buckets at people to encourage them to make donations
  • The Wrenbury community who gave generously in support of the school.

    It was a wonderful evening! There was lots of laughter, happy reunions and goodwill. It reinforces what we already know — that Wrenbury is a very special place. Thank you all!

    Bessa Cador

    Mrs Cador

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