In March, you may remember how we told you "Christmas was coming but not before our Auction of Promises". Well....
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Christmas Came!!!!!!!!

Posted on May 7, 2006

This article was published in May 2006. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

In March, you may remember how we told you "Christmas was coming but not before our Auction of Promises".

Well Christmas did come to us old GI's and the young HSA folk. To the tune of £4,200! Yes you folk of Eaton Bray came to our Auction and went wild for all the super promises we auctioned off. We must not forget the kind people who promised the Promise, these included physical goods, their time and skills, in many cases at considerable expense to themselves. Thank you ALL.

Thank you again for your support and generosity, which will help to continue the redevelopment of the Hall and the School to develop a new outdoor garden for the children (maybe they will even have enough over to buy some seends).

The next Village Hall fund raising event is the Third Eaton Bray CAMRA Beer Festival - Evening of Friday 2nd June and all day Saturday 3rd June.

We will have live musical entertainment on Friday night, Saturday afternoon is magic for the children (OK, parents can come too). In the evening we have more live music for you to drink and dance to. All this topped off with many premium real ales, all chosen by CAMRA. If you are not a real ale drinker we will have wine and lager; and super food including a BBQ with burgers supplied by our own local butchers, Hines. What more could you ask for? (answers on a postcard please........)

Source: Focus, May 2006

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May 7, 2006, Eaton Bray says:

Further details about the Village Beer Festival can be found on the Eaton Bray Village Hall Events page.

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