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Posted on April 4, 2009

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Last month I told you about two events that were happening in the future as if they had already happened (are you still with me?)

If you read the Dunstable Gazette you would have see some old GI's looking terribly smug at the Hall's official opening. Well, we do admit to a bit of smugness after all the hard work!

We followed that with the Food, Humour and Dance on the 28th of February, a new venture, which was attended by 120 people. May I thank all those who came along that night and all the helpers who helped prepare and do the usual on the night, we raised a considerable amount of money for both the Hall and Tennis Club.

Now the future:
We are holding another one of our fabulous Quizzes, in conjunction with Eaton Bray Tennis Club, on April 18th and hope that we can yet again get somewhere near the 160 people who turned up last October. The cost is still only £8 including supper (no surprises as to what it will be) and we hope you can get a team up or even come along by yourselves. We will try to put you with like minded people.

As to the hall itself: A working party has sat down and tried to put some order to the next phases of the continued improvements to the hall. This plan will be submitted to the trustees at their next meeting and after that we will let you know what is coming up next.

Just a reminder, that two free tickets are available, for the first person to let me know what page the advert for the Quiz is on.

Coming up in June is our 6th Beer Festival, Friday 5th & Saturday 6th, more information next time.

For tickets or any further information, contact Ross on 221411.

Source: Focus, April 2009

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