Happy’s Circus at Whitchurch Combined School
On Sunday 16th June (Father’s Day) Whitchurch Combined School will be holding a circus in the grounds of the school.
This is not just any circus: this is Happy’s Circus, a unique, professional circus that travels around the country helping PTAs and charities raise money with an alternative to more traditional fundraisers.
For Whitchurch Combined school invites you to share an amazing two and half hour experience in the ‘style’ of The Greatest Showman. The performance features acrobats, aerialists, illusions, clowns and so much more, all performed within the Big Top Tent in the grounds of the school.
Whitchurch Combined School head teacher Miss Pickup said: “It’s going to be a fun-filled family afternoon for everyone to enjoy. I’m sure it will be a success and all the profits go back to the school to raise money for much-needed equipment.”
Gates open at 12pm for a BBQ, drinks, tombola and Splash the Teacher, plus an exclusive Circus School being run by one of the school’s parents.
Patricia Randall, General Manager at Happy’s Circus says: “As the market leaders in what we do, Happy’s Circushas performed to millions of people. With over three decades of working with PTA’s and Charities we are passionate about re-engaging audiences’ imaginations with the enchanting world of the circus, whilst raising substantial funds and promoting community spirit.”
Happy’s Circus is having its busiest ever year and they are fully booked for 2019. With organisations booking more than two years in advance, they have two circuses in circulation at any one time – in 2022 they are set to have a third.
Miranda Mercado Gregory from the Whitchurch Combined School PTA said: “We wanted to do something different this year and not only raise significantly more money than a jumble sale or coffee morning, but to also do something the kids and grown-ups could get involved in and remember forever.”
The performance starts at 2pm and lasts two hours. Tickets are on sale from www.eventbrite.co.uk and all money raised will go back into improving facilities at the school. Tickets are £10 for Adults and £6 for kids, or family tickets (2 adult and 2 children) are £30.