TICKET OFFER: Peppa Pig at Cambridge Corn Exchange, 3rd Feb

TICKET OFFER: Peppa Pig at Cambridge Corn Exchange, 3rd Feb

Jan 11, 2018

PLEASE NOTE THESE TICKETS HAVE NOW BEEN ALLOCATED.

We have been donated 4 adult tickets and 1 child ticket to see Peppa Pig at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday 3rd Febuary 2018.

The adult tickets can be used ​for children if preferred.

The show starts at 4pm.

Seats are allocated (tiered seating, so unfortunately it won't be wheelchair accessible).

We are offering these tickets first-come first-served, with tickets available to collect from Milton hospice reception (or they can be posted - please state your preference when contacting us).

Please contact Milton hospice reception on 01223 815100 or email EACHMiltonAdmin@each.org.uk if you would like the tickets.

 
 
 
 
 
 
We have been donated 4 adult tickets and 1 child ticket to see Peppa Pig at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Saturday 3rd Febuary 2018. The show starts at 4pm, seats are allocated (tired seating, so unfortunately won't be wheelchair accessible).
 
 
 
 
 
4pm start time
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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