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If you are a romantic and like dressing up for a really good night out, this is for you! There still some tickets for this year's Valentine's Ball in the Public Hall this coming Saturday 18th February at £25 each. To reserve tickets please call Janet Simmons on 01270 811684. The numbers attending have to be passed to the caterers by midweek, so if you would like to come please let Janet know by Tuesday night.

Last year's Ball was a great success and around 100 tickets have already been sold this year so there is going to be a great atmosphere.

Music at this Dinner & Dance will be by the Bill Basey Band. Dress code is black tie or lounge suits and there is a fully licensed bar. It starts at 7.30pm for 8.00 and 'carriages' are at midnight.

 

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