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By CM Vision events team - 5th July 2014 11:25am
CM Vision events group, is once again staging the 'Minshull Madness' family fun day.
The date is next Saturday, 12th July 2014, starting at 4:30pm. This is a 'free to attend' event, but tickets are limited to 200 people for insurance purposes, so don't delay call for yours now on the telephone number below..!
Usual events such as races for all ages, egg & spoon, wanged wellies, Mad Hatter's tea party relay and of course the now world famous 'tribal' adult tug o' war...!
Staged at the rear of the Badger Inn. As well as a bar and BBQ, there will be a full Hog Roast, with a vegetarian option, too.
Dancing to 'Off the Wall', a live band in the evening, too...!!
If you would like to become a 'Madness Maker' volunteer, to help on the day, you would be very welcomed, so please contact Kerry Bannon on 01270 522144.
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