2 course supper, Piper & Selkirk Grace, Tombola, Pay bar with profits to the charities, Dancing to Happy Feet Ceilidh Band, Tickets £20.

In aid of local and international charities

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The Wymondham Rotary Club and the Wymondham Lions Club are presenting their annual Charity Burns Night and Ceilidh at Central Hall, Wymondham on Friday 25th January 2019.  This has been a regular event on the January scene for many years and is always extremely popular.  The evening will start with the Selkirk Grace and the formal address to the haggis by Mike Corbett followed by the Burns night supper complete with haggis, baked potatoes, mashed neeps and, of course, whisky gravy.  The meal will end with Cranach an. 

The tables will then be cleared and the Happy Feet Ceilidh Band will lead traditional dancing, complete with their brilliant caller.  Each year the dancing enthusiasm is infectious.

The doors open at 6.00pm and the meal will start at 7.00.  Dancing will commence at about 8.00 continuing until 11.00.  The bar will be open all evening and will be manned by Rotary and Lions members.  Therefore all proceeds from bar sales will go to the selected charities.  There will also be a tombola organised by the Lions, adding to the benefits for the charities.

The charities selected by Rotary include the Eradication of Polio Campaign and the provision of a Shelterbox for emergency international aid relief, as well as other international charities.  For the Lions the charities chosen are for dementia and diabetes care and other local Lions charities.

Ticket prices have been held for yet another year.  They will be on sale at Reeves and through the emails and websites below at £20 each.

Do come and join us for this happy and energetic evening.  Ticket numbers are limited to ensure enough room for dancing so make sure you book early to avoid disappointment.

Tickets available from

Reeves, Market St. Wymondham

Online at www.wymfest.org.uk

by e-mail to terry@chestnutcottage.org

or jamwilde@hotmail.com

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