Make a date in your diary, and buy a ticket for this year's 'BIG Charity Barn Dance', to be held on Saturday 15th October at Curry Rivel Village Hall, to help raise funds for 'bibic', formerly known as the British Institute for Brain Injured Children.
The Barn dance starts at 7.30pm, and will feature caller Dick Carlyle with live music.
There will be hot food served, with Chilli and Rice, Pizza, Hot Dogs, and also Ice Creams. There will also be a licensed bar, all at very reasonable prices.
Tickets cost just £5, and these can be purchased by calling Roger on the ticket 'hot line' on 01458 741606, or any members of the Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton.
Last year's Barn dance raised over £1,000 for the 'Forget Me Not' Memory Cafe, and this year all profits will support the good work of 'bibic'. Please come along to the Barn dance, have a great time, and support 'bibic' the national charity based in Langport, that are 'changing children's lives'
The Barn Dance is proudly organised by the Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton, who are 'really making a difference locally and internationally'
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