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The Open Air Film Festival 2012
The Parks Trust will once again be hosting the Open Air Film Festival at Campbell Park this year, running across the weekend of 18th - 19th August and there is so much going on!
The Festival is bigger and better than before with free films at 1pm, 3pm and 6pm on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 August.
So head to Campbell Park to see some great feelgood family movies showing on a giant outdoor cinema screen (using the latest LED technology)
Grab some friends, a date or the whole family, bring a picnic, popcorn, seats, blanket or rug and enjoy the movie - it's a free afternoon, evening or weekend of entertainment. Remember to wear something warm for the evening and maybe bring an umbrella!
SATURDAY SCREENINGS - 'Action Packed Saturday'
Saturday - 1pm - The Incredibles (2004) U 115mins
Saturday - 3pm - Goonies (1985) 12 114mins
Saturday - 6pm - Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) PG 115mins
SUNDAY SCREENINGS - 'Best of British'
Sunday - 1pm - Wallace and Gromit and Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) U
Sunday - 3pm - Mary Poppins (1964) U 139mins
Sunday - 6pm - The King’s Speech (2011) 12a 118mins
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The Event is FREE ADMISSION and is open to all ages.
The programme has an Action packed Saturday and a Best of British line-up planned for Sunday. There's no need to book, parking is in John Lewis or Avebury Boulevard car parks, Central Milton Keynes, so bring a chair and enjoy the film.
The event is truly a great family day out and Heart are delighted the Parks Trust are bringing such a fantastic event back to Campbell park again this year, hope to see you all there. This year it really will be hard to pick between these fantastic films!
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