Exmouth ‘booze cruise’ for dad
AN Exmouth woman, who lost her father to motor neurone disease, is once again organising a seaborne fancy-dress disco and karaoke in his memory this Saturday.
Debbie Browning, 30, of Beacon Hill, said her father, Paul Browning, died seven years ago when he was aged just 47.
MND is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that leads to the wasting of muscles, causing increasing loss of mobility in the limbs, and difficulties with speech, swallowing and breathing.
The ‘MND booze cruise’, which will raise money for Motor Neurone Disease Association, atkes place on Saturday, September 10.
She said: “It’s a nautical theme party with disco and karaoke. There will be lots of fun and games and, if previous years are anything to go by, an excellent night will be had by all. I have hired the larger boat,The Pride Of Exmouth, which can hold up to 120 people.
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“We will be rocking the boat with disco and karaoke with DJ Andy Maddicks, and lots of fun along the way. There will be an onboard bar with prices you’d expect at your local.”
Tickets are �10 per person and to reserve your ticket call Stuart Line Cruises on (01395) 222144.
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