Winter Bazaar: Limited tickets NOW AVAILABLE for prebooking

Winter Bazaar: This Friday 4-6.30pm


To make this year’s Winter Bazaar as covid-safe as possible, there are just 400 free tickets available to book.

All children are welcome but all adults need a ticket to gain entry. Get in quick as ticket allocation is on a first come, first served basis.

Carefully save your confirmation email after you book your ticket as you will be asked to show it at the entry gate on Friday.

Children’s paper tokens will also be available on the door for £2 (worth £2.30).

While we will admit ticket holders as quickly as we can from 4pm, you may prefer to arrive a little later to avoid queuing.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday providing the event isn't cancelled due to COVID numbers rising before then.  


book your ticket to Winter Bazaar



Why are tickets limited this year?
We are controlling numbers at this year's event to ensure there is adequate social distancing to limit the spread of Covid.

What other COVID-safe measures will there be at the Winter Bazaar?
free disposable masks and hand sanitiser at the entry gate
hand sanitiser available throughout the event
most stalls and activities are outside -dress up in your warmly in your Winter woollies!
one-way traffic flows throughout the event

Do I need to buy a ticket if I am a FOHMS volunteer at the Bazaar?
FOHMS volunteers and their children will not need a ticket and will instead be given a special sticker to identify them. However other adults in the family - if not volunteers - will be required to prebook a ticket.

Do my children need tickets?
Your children don't need their own tickets as long as they can come in with you at the entry gate on your adult ticket.

How many people in my family can come?
Adult tickets per family/registration are limited to 3 only to give as many families as possible the chance to come along.

Can my Year 5 or Year 6 child come to the Bazaar by themselves?
Please bring your Year 5 and Year 6 children with you and your ticket to the entry gate as they will be required to come in with you.

Can my child at secondary school who used to go to Henry Maynard come to the Bazaar?
If your child at secondary school comes in with you on your ticket at the entry gate, they are welcome to attend.

Can I bring cash to the Bazaar?
Cash will be accepted at all the stalls and there will also be payment facilities to accept credit and debit cards. However we won't be able to provide cashback facilities.

Anything else important?
The school Heads Ms Kabra and Ms Pughe are carefully monitoring the COVID situation in the community and at school. If COVID cases rise, the event could be cancelled so please keep checking for a notification on your WhatsApp class group, Piota and in your email inbox.

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