By Ralph, May, Pauline, Sarah - 25th July 2012 7:03am
We are the Audlem Support Group for this wonderful Hospice dedicated to children.
We are active in as many ways as we can to promote this truly magical support for those children facing such massive tragedy in their lives.
To this end, we are planning various events and list them as a forward announcement.
Hopefully we will engender much support for our endeavours from a village community that indeed has a truly massive heart.
July 29th: Tombola stall at Festival of Transport. Also a fund raiser with the 1952 Lotus racing car of Stirling Moss.
September 22nd: Back Row Entertains at the Scout Hall. A chilli supper and a raffle. Bar and ticket prices to be arranged.
December 11th: Grand Christmas Quiz at the Lord Combermere. Superb Raffle and auction. Auction lots to be sought- also some good raffle prizes. We had superb offers in 2011- and hope to outshine them in 2012.
July 18th: A Magical garden party at Buerton House with music. We are delighted to invite societies and charities to have stalls and make it a very happy day.
Entertainment to be possibly Back Row, Dave Johnson, John Hardy with his Hurdy Gurdy band. Dancing, Displays, Refreshments. Cheese and wine - strawberries and cream.
You name it, we will try to aim as high as we can for such a noble cause.
Ralph Warburton, May Hunter, Pauline Griffiths, Sarah Griffiths.
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