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If you couldn't get to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom for last Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing, come along to the Wendover Memorial Hall on Saturday 5th December instead. You can then enjoy our annual Grand pre-Christmas Supper Dance to the music of the John Wheeler Band, playing music from the 60's onwards. The £25 tickets include a buffet supper. The bar will be selling wine, beer and soft drinks and there is a grand raffle. The evening begins at 7.30pm with carriages at 11.30pm. You can get a group or come by yourself, all are welcome. Profits from the evening will go to projects supporting the most needy, including the Karibuni Trust which is helping Kenyan street children.
Tickets are now available from Gill Marks on 01296 748659 or email gillmarks@gmail.com. So get out your dancing shoes and have a great evening!

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