ABOVE LEFT: The Enright family of Coraki – Breanna, 14, Chloe, 10, Chantell, Noah, 7, Michael and Declan, 4 – enjoy Movies under the Stars.
ABOVE LEFT: The Enright family of Coraki – Breanna, 14, Chloe, 10, Chantell, Noah, 7, Michael and Declan, 4 – enjoy Movies under the Stars. Samantha Elley

Movies night was a star hit

A CLEAR autumn night and some dedicated volunteers made for an entertaining night for Broadwater locals.

Movies under the Stars at Broadwater Public School was a popular affair, with people coming from as far as Ballina and Coraki to enjoy a screening of Madagascar 3.

The school's P&C put on a barbecue and people brought their blankets, chairs and nibbles, while the kids ran around in the fading light before the movie started.

Mosquitoes also got a good feed if people had forgotten to bring their spray.

Money raised from the event was going to the school and the night was such a success it was agreed another one should be held soon.



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