GOING OFF: Students from St Joseph’s Primary School, Woodburn, are overcome with anticipation for the fair and fireworks night, after 15 years without explosions.
GOING OFF: Students from St Joseph’s Primary School, Woodburn, are overcome with anticipation for the fair and fireworks night, after 15 years without explosions. Samantha Elley

Skies will light up for Woodburn school fundraising event

THE students, staff and parents of St Joseph's Primary School, Woodburn, would like to invite everyone to their community fair and fireworks night.

It is the first fireworks night for about 15 years and committee members Tracey Bodley and Megan Woolley are very excited.

"We are hoping to raise money for books and learning resources," Ms Bodley said.

"People are welcome to bring their picnic rugs and chairs for the night."

As well as the fireworks, there will also be a bonfire, skirmish, three-lane jumbo slide, jumping castle, mechanical surfboard, entertainment, plenty of food and much more.

The fair will kick off at 3pm on the school grounds, 20 Coraki Rd, Woodburn, on June 7.

An early bird pass of $20 for unlimited access to the rides can be pre-purchased through the school, otherwise it's $25 on the night or $5 a ride.

There is also an entry donation of $10 a family or $3 a person.



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