Annual Harry Potter Book Night is a success for Oldham Hulme Grammar School
Date published: 11 February 2020
Oldham Hulme Grammar students
Oldham Hulme Grammar School raised more than £100 for the charity Lumos with their sixth annual Harry Potter Book Night, on Thursday 6th February.
Students sold cupcakes, sweets & Butterbeer on the night.
Some of them won prizes for fancy dress and taking part in the activities, which had a special theme this year of 'Triwizard Tournament'.
The Lumos event began in 2014, under UK publisher Bloomsbury.
Events took place all over the world, from Chile to Japan, East Java to Latvia – with many taking place in the UK, US and mainland Europe.
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