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Get your tickets for the Ceilidh taking place at Kynsal Farm, Coxbank this coming Sunday from 6pm!

Not only do we have a superb venue overlooking the canal near to lock 1, we will also be holding the 'Great Kynsal Bake Off', the rules and categories of which are listed below!

Get baking to win prizes and raise money for the 'Raise the Roof at St James Audlem' and the Severn Hospice. We are raising money for two fantastic causes and we really hope you will support this event.

Tickets available from Oxtail & Trotter, William's and the Post Office. £15 Adult; £5 Child. Includes Hog Roast and Desert

GREAT KYNSAL BAKE OFF RULES:

Bring a desert for ten people on the night "Ready to Serve". The deserts will be judged in separate classes:
Men
Women 50+
Women 36-50
Women 16-35
Mixed U16
The top in each category will be auctioned off for charity! (Please supply your name, class and any allergy advice with your entry)

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