Grab your ukuleles and flower garlands!
11 – 16 year olds are invited to come along to the latest SNAP night at Ferneham Hall on Friday 18th September, where they can enjoy exotic mocktails and refreshments.
There will be a special appearance from local schoolgirl, Chloe Hine, who will be performing some of her thought-provoking music. Chloe set up Beat The Bullies charity after securing funding from O2 Think Big projects.
There will also be special giveaways from Music Fusion, and a chance to 'ride the wave' with the Little Monsters Surfboard Simulator.
Executive Member for Public Protection, Councillor Trevor Cartwright says: "Hawaiian Party SNAP night is going to an enjoyable night for young people. Not only is it is designed to be a safe and friendly event, attendees can enjoy a holiday experience now that the summer holidays are over."
Future SNAPs include Christmas Comes Early theme on Friday 27th November.
Tickets for this tropical event are £6 and available from SNAP's new website www.snapdc.co.uk . Alternatively they can be purchased through Ferneham Hall Box Office, call 01329 231 942 for details.
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