Dust off the broomstick

SPELLBOUND Sally Hillyear, from the Hampshire Autistic Society, and Zoe Wooll, from Apollo, getting ready for the premiere of the last Harry Potter film
SPELLBOUND Sally Hillyear, from the Hampshire Autistic Society, and Zoe Wooll, from Apollo, getting ready for the premiere of the last Harry Potter film
Haverhill's Family Christmas Night (as pictured from last year) takes place on Friday, December 1. Picture by Andy Mayes.

Haverhill festive weekend has plenty for all of the family

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IT’S time for one last ride with Harry Potter as a charity holds a special premiere of the final film in the series.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 will be shown in 3D at the Apollo cinema in Fareham on Friday, July 15 in aid of the Hampshire Autistic Society.

Everyone is invited to dress up and join in the magic. There will be a reception at 7pm at the neighbouring Chicago Rock Café, with fun and entertainment from magician Silly Scott and face painters, as well as popcorn and a drink for the film which starts at 8pm.

Sally Hillyear, from the charity, said: ‘This is a great way to enjoy an evening out while helping to raise money for the vital services we provide for families affected by autism.’

Tickets are £20 for adults, £15 for children and £60 for a family ticket.

For more information and to book, call (01489) 880881 extension 208 or email tina.hawke@has.org.uk