The party, organised by famed charitable party-planner Debbie Hutchinson, will kick off at 7.30pm and follows on from a string of fun-packed sell-out events organised by Debbie in recent years.
The ‘Skool’s Out’ disco will be an exciting chance to laugh and dance along to all your favourite nostalgic hits, run by Monmouth’s DJ Pete Stead.
Fancy dress is optional but recommended for the event, so you can really get back into the swing of your school years.
Tickets cost just £8 and are selling fast. Get yours from the Monmouthshire Beacon office, Bridges Community Centre, or Bridges Community Shop in Monmouth.
You can also call Debbie on 07974107216 or Vicky on 07515950169.
All money raised will go to Help for Heroes as part of the Monmouthshire Beacon editor Vicky Hallifax’s attempt to raise £8,000 ahead of trekking to Everest Base Camp this November.
Help for Heroes continues to provide a life-line for veterans, their families and serving soldiers through giving medical and psychological care and support, as well as donating millions to smaller charities.
The charity has also rehabilitated and trained athletes competing in the upcoming Paralympic Games 2016 in Rio.