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Food, Humour & Dance

Posted on February 10, 2009

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Christmas was a peaceful time and New Year was heading that way when by beloved wife fell down the stairs and broke her shoulder. We saw in the New Year on the way to the L&D in an ambulance and got home at 3.30 in the morning. The upside to all this? Our guests had done the washing up and all was neat and tidy.

Next year we will do the washing up ourselves and miss the hospital trip!

Prior to all the excitement, the old GI's took the Dunstable Christmas float out and walked the streets to help boost, both our and Round Table funds.

Another joint venture happened at the Panto when once again the one or two GI's who know anything about alcohol will have run the bar. It is really a pleasure getting involved with other organisations to help at their events and all goes to show that we have a great community within our Village.

My main objective in this article (probably not an accurate description of this item) is to promote out next main event. Food, Humour and Dance.

On Saturday 28th February 2009
in the Village Hall.

Our aim is to titillate your palates, make you laugh with our pair of comedians and finish off by getting rid of those extra calories with dancing to live music. A completely guilt free evening!!

All this for just £19 per head! That has to be the best credit crunching deal of 2009! Do come along and give those winter blues a shove in the back and have a good time.

The event is jointly run by the Village Hall Fund Raising Committee and Eaton Bray Tennis Club.

We do hope to see you there and may I wish you all a Happy New Year and may it be better than 2008 in many ways.

For further information call Ross on 221411.

Source: Focus, February 2009

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