Indian evening for cancer charity

09:02 29 October 2012

Neil Shaw Fred Weight Paul Crockett Ben Crook

Neil Shaw Fred Weight Paul Crockett Ben Crook

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An evening of Indian entertainment to raise money for charity takes place in the Public Hall at Budleigh Salterton ton December 1.

Taking place at 6pm ‘An evening in India’ will raise money for Cancer Research.

There will be a speaker from Bath Travel, a traditional Dancer, a quiz, a choice of tthree curries, with meat provided by Darts Farmj butcher Gerald David and a raffle with some fantastic prizes available.

It promises to be a colourful and entertaining night, so please do come along and support us. Tickets cost £18 each and are available from Bath Travel Budleigh 013925 442 619 or from Sue Hunt –onh 01395 445369

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