Posted: January 2019
The Ghanaian members of our congregation are holding their first Ghanaian Night on Saturday 6th April from 6pm to 10pm. It will present Ghanaian culture and dance plus a taste of Ghanaian cuisine and display of artefacts. Meal tickets are £8 for adults age 16 and over and £4 for under 16s. A family ticket for two adults and two children is £20. Tickets are on sale from the church office (01296 426526).
There will be free entertainment but donations are welcome. Proceeds from the evening will be shared between Karibuni Children and the Alfan Foundation. For more information about these charities, click here for Karibuni and click here for Alfan.
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