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By Arena Webteam - 1st June 2019 6:33pm
Celebrate Royal Ascot Week in Church Minshull. Saturday 22nd June 2019
Church Minshull Sports & Social Club is hosting a "Race Night" in Church Minshull Village Hall. Doors open at 7.00 pm with the first race at 7.30pm.
There will be a welcome glass of bubbly upon arrival, fake money to make your bets at the "tote", a buffet later in the evening and a cash bar. There will be six races with a prize for the owner of the winning horse and an "Auction of Promises" available throughout the evening. There will also be prizes for the Best Hat / Fascinator and for the person winning the most money during the evening. The promises are going to be listed around the hall and people can register ongoing bids on the night. There has been interest in these bids from people unable to attend on the night so we will take bids in advance. All people need to do is let us know what they want to bid for and how much, place in an envelope and hand it to Jean Jones 9, Village Farm, Cindy Moss at Carry on Singing or Wayne Moss 11, Village Farm. Alternatively they could email it to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are £15 each and available from Jean Jones on 07795 555492 and Cindy Moss on 07514 032834.
All proceeds are to go to St Bartholomew's Church, Church Minshull.
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