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Tickets are selling fast for our Caribbean evening on Saturday 25th March at 6.30pm. As there is a maximum number for the meal, if you haven't got your ticket yet, you need to be quick! They are £7 for adults and £3 for children and available from Beatie Francis on Aylesbury 421505, Jennie Torpey on 581414 and from the church office.
There will be about one and a half hours of entertainment, followed by a delicious Caribbean meal. All proceeds this year will go the Florence Nightingale Hospice. There will be a raffle during the evening. if you would like to donate a prize, please let Beatie or Jennie have it by Wednesday 22nd March at the latest, as they will be combining prizes to make several large ones. To avoid disappointment, don't leave it too late for that ticket!

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