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TUESDAY 23rd OCTOBER
CHARITY QUIZ & CURRY NIGHT
IN AID OF WESSEX CANCER TRUST AT THE CONCORDE CLUB, EASTLEIGH
Tickets are £12pp (£10 for members) and include a lovely curry buffet served in the interval.
Team sizes are a maximum of 6, and over 18s only.
For more information and to book, please visit the Concorde's website here: http://www.theconcordeclub.com/events/quiz-and-curry-in-aid-of-wessex-cancer-october-2018/
Saturday 10th November FAREHAM RECORD FAIR
The first Fareham Record Fair, will take place at Harmony Hall, Queen’s Road, Fareham from 10.30am. until 4.00pm. Stall-holders will have access from 9.30am.
The venue has plenty of car parking space and also provides a bar and a general food and drink counter serving teas, coffees and light refreshments. It is located just a few minutes walk from Fareham Town Centre.
Further information about the forth-coming record fair, including the availability of stall, etc., can be obtained by telephoning Simon on 07494-628527 or by calling into Heathen Chemistry record shop, West St Fareham between 10.00am and 5.00pm. Mondays to Saturdays.
At Fleming Park Bowling Club Email Phone - 023 8032 0618
It's the night of the Monsters' AGM and their leader, the notorious Granny is going to announce her retirement. Everyone wants to be her successor and will go to any lengths to ensure they get the job....
Join a team to solve the clues, interrogate the suspects and catch the killer(s), or simply sit back, enjoy your curry and watch the fun.
Tickets £20pp, including murder mystery entertainment and curry dinner.
To book, please call 023 80320618
Dress code: Monster or casual, whichever you feel most comfortable in.
This is a fundraising event for Sophie's Appeal.
The aim of Sophie’s Appeal is to support the social, emotional and educational welfare of children, their families, nursing and support staff and provide a caring and supporting environment in both local hospitals and in the community.
There are so many ways in which the Trust can provide support to parents, carers and schools who find themselves suddenly faced with the reality of cancer.
The Festive Season officially gets under way in Eastleigh town centre on Saturday 17 November.
Santa Claus will take time out from the North Pole to help us switch on the yuletide lights display, inspired by snowflakes and stars, after a day of fun and festivities.
The free family day out features Santa’s Grotto, entertainment, live music and a variety of specially selected market stalls, with a chance to buy unique gift items - or get the Christmas shopping under way at Eastleigh's wide variety of shops. The climax of the event is the spectacular torchlight parade and a dazzling firework display in the Leigh Road Recreation Ground.