Carols, Bangers & Mash Fri 1st Dec 2017

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Carols Banger Mash 2016

Boosted by its success in previous years, St. Andrew's Church is again hosting an evening of entertainment in the Village Hall on Fri 1st Dec from 7.00pm.

There will be a glass of mulled wine on arrival, a meal of bangers and mash and a selection of puddings will be provided — all for £7.50 per person.
There will also be a bar.
During the evening there will be light entertainment and carol singing.

Tickets are on sale only at:

  • Sandpit's
  • the BP petrol station/post office
  • the school office
  • the barbers' at Coopers Cross
  • or from members of the St. Andrews congregation

    N.B. They will not be available on the door on the evening. Get your tickets early — this will be a sell-out event!
    All proceeds will go towards the upkeep of the church.

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