REMEMBER when you were a child and the social events of the year were the Blue Light Discos when they came to town?
It has been 26 years since we had had a Blue Light Disco in Wingham, but now they are back.
The Wingham Show Society is proud to be the driving force behind getting the Wingham Blue Light Disco up and running once again with plans well underway for the first disco on June 17.
The society is working hard with a team of volunteers, president snr constable Dave Abbot, our local police and the PCYC.
President of the Wingham Show Society Elaine Turner assures the night will be a fun filled event for children in a safe, secure environment.
“Volunteers and our local police will be on hand to ensure that the children are well supervised,” she said.
As this is a strictly controlled event, parents are not permitted to stay.
The Wingham Blue Light Disco is being held in the auditorium of the Wingham Services Club for children aged seven years to 12 years (year three to year six) only at this stage.
The society is planning to cater for other age groups in the future.
Doors open at 6pm with the disco commencing at 6.30pm until 8pm.
Soft drinks and light refreshments will be available for purchase in the auditorium.
“This will be an exciting night for all the children with fun, music and prize giveaways,” said Elaine.
Tickets are $5 each and are available from the Wingham Chronicle office in Isabella Street from 4pm each weekday.
Tickets will also be available on the night from 6pm.
Please be aware numbers are limited to 150.
For further information contact the show society secretary Raelene Marshall on 0408 458 879.
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