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This autumn/winter we will be presenting three nights in support of the following good causes:

1. October 9th: The new Audlem Football Club team when the players will play a big part in organising the auction/ raffle.

2. October 23rd: A night in which we devote all our energies to the St. Luke's Hospice. Raffle and auction.

3. December 11th . All in aid of the Donna Louise Children's Hospice. This is the night we present the Quiz buffet, an Auction and a super raffle for this wonderful cause. Starting this night at 8.00pm.

Please make a note of the dates and do come along to the fun of the quiz  and give your support to the chosen causes.

For any other causes that you wish to be considered for 2013, please contact me on 812125. 
Thank you 
Ralph Warburton

 

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