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By Arena Webteam - 5th August 2017 10:12pm
Madness is on its way!...
Church Minshull is once again holding 'Minshull Madness' — the village's family fun day on 1 September 2018 but this year it's starting earlier at 1.30pm! This means that there will be time to fit in even MORE madness. FREE for all villagers together with their friends and family, it's an afternoon that will not be forgotten!
Named 'Minshull Madness' because it has a mad hatter's theme, the event will take place on the Badger Inn's field.
So what can you expect?
A range of sporting activities for all the family, from egg and spoon races and welly-wanging through to the infamous tug of war. The Badger Inn will be providing food and refreshments and there will also be a tombola, face painting and crafts for the children.
Launched a few years' ago, Minshull Madness has brought the community even closer together. We expect most of the village to come out to support the event and so make sure you get your tickets early from Kerry (01270 522144).
Let the Madness begin...
Request for raffle and tombola prizes
Have you any suitable raffle and tombola prizes? CM Vision kindly requests your donations.
If you're able to help out, please contact Kerry on 1270 522144
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