Halloween Party @ 28th Oct 2018

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CRiB Halloween Party  Oct 2018

CRiB Event on Sunday 28th October@3-5pm

Curry Rivel in Bloom have just had a stunning success in RHS's South West in Bloom competition... But that was last year folks... Thoughts and actions turn to the coming year. In an all year round commitment to an improvement in the look and feel of the village, CRiB have organised:

Halloween Party
The Scariest Pumpkin Competition
Bring your carved pumpkin along to the village hall
Prizes for the best carved pumpkins.
Please use battery operated night lights, no live flames.

Fancy Dress for All
There will be Fancy Dress prizes for Kids and Adults.... so dig out those skulls and brush up your fangs...

£1 per ticket which is redeemable for a Halloween tea. Sandwiches, cake & a drink.
There will be lots of stalls with a Halloween theme, fun and games for all!
Tickets will be available from the BP Garage (we'll let you know when).
For more info contact Paul Crocker 01458 252545

Do you want to know more? Want to help Curry Rivel keep it's Gold next year? Or just want to make the village a better place for the young, old and all those between..... contact CRiB on cribsomerset@gmail.com Tel 01458 762296

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