Most of you will have heard about the on-going campaign to innoculate people against winter 'flu and the stress and worry that can accompany the annual vaccination programme.
Audlem St Luke's Hospice Support Group have organised a whisky tasting evening on Thursday 10th November, 7.30pm at Audlem Scout and Guide Hall, where a tasting of six regional single malts will provide a guaranteed haze of happiness and a defence against the worries of influenza for 12 hours at least!
Tickets are £12 for whisky tasting or £6 for non-tasters who will be offered a selection of different orange juices to taste (not guaranteed to keep 'flu at bay despite vitamin C content) or if they prefer, bring a tipple of their own liking. Cheese and biscuits will be provided.
The tasting will be led by the Rev. Stephen Artus who has dedicated much time and research into his subject, having only recently returned from a holiday in Islay where some in-depth investigation took place.
Ticket numbers are strictly limited – please contact Peter Morgan on 811575 as soon as possible if you require any.
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