Valentine’s dance in Offwell
18:30 07 February 2013
The Amycrofters will be holding its annual Valentine’s Dance at the Offwell Village Hall.
This year the proceeds will go to the Memory Café.
The event will include some fantastic raffle prizes donated by businesses in the Honiton Area, which include Devon Tiles, Champers, Dilly’s Florist, Wendy’s Cook Shop, The Wine Shop, Tesco, Otter Inn, The Amycrofters Folk Dance Band, and the Hare and Hounds.
Doors open at 7.30pm, on Monday, February 11, with dancing from 8pm till 10.30pm.
The music will be provided by the Amycrofters Band with callers Rosie Shaw, Douglas Jones, Helen Greer and Wendy Hoare. Entrance is £3.50. Red and white dress is invited, but not essential.
For more details call 01404 46451 or mob 07976 533520.
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