By Chris Barratt - 29th April 2012 12:37pm
I'm writing in connection with the Marie Curie Curry Night that was planned for 24th May 2012 at Hankelow Cottage.
We've just returned from holiday and, before we went away we were becoming "concerned" whether the Curry Night would go ahead as we had heard "rumbles" (nothing to do with the curry!) regarding the future of Hankelow Cottage.
I spoke to Ian Jones on the morning of our departure as I had been to the restaurant the night before to find the place in darkness. I asked him whether he could find out about the place in our absence and that I would 'phone him on our return to see whether "things" were still OK. I have now spoken to him to find that the business has closed and the restaurant has been stripped.
Therefore, I have had to cancel the event and I should be very grateful if you would please put a note on the website to this effect.
Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience that may have been caused to prospective diners/supporters as a result of circumstances entirely outside my control.
I will be contacting those people who have already purchased/ordered tickets.
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