Hatfield primary school invites community to fun day

PUBLISHED: 11:24 10 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:20 11 May 2017

Headteacher Michele Johnson outside Green Lanes School, in Hatfield.

Headteacher Michele Johnson outside Green Lanes School, in Hatfield.


A Hatfield primary school is inviting the community to its annual family fun day where children can enjoy an inflatable assault course and a reptile petting zoo.

Green Lanes School in Hatfield Garden Village is holding its annual family fun day on Sunday, June 25.

The day is filled with fun for all the family looking for a great way to spend an afternoon with dance displays, games, a disco, face painting and visits planned from the fire brigade and the police.

Back by popular demand, and providing hours of entertainment for kids is the inflatable assault course and the reptile petting zoo.

There will also be a smashing wall of crockery, face-painting and many outside stalls including Welwyn Garden City Society of Model Engineers.

As always the BBQ chefs will be cooking up some delights that can be washed down by what’s on offer in the Pimms tent or a beer.

Home-made cakes will also be on sale.

A spokeswoman for the Green Lanes School Association committee (GLSA) said: “Green Lanes School Family Fun Day is a wonderful afternoon out for the entire community.

“We look forward to seeing you there enjoying the fun and entertainment.”

There is also plenty of prizes up for grabs during the Grand Prize Draw, including a cash prize, TV, Legoland tickets, Hatfield House family ticket and much more.

Money raised will help provide the school with much appreciated funds.

The GLSA has provided lots of playground equipment over the last few years as well as well as a minibus which has been great in taking children to sporting events and saving all parents money on regular activities.

Entry is £1 and children under 16 go free.

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