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One event on 10th August 2019 at 7:00 pm
The Open Day is to raise funds and awareness for The Haven Older People’s Community Hub in Hamlet Court Road, an Age Concern project. There is a free fair during the day with a ‘Boomers Gig’ in the evening.
The free fair is open from 11am to 4pm.
Find out more about the Haven Community Hub. Look around this historic building and shop at over 20 local craft stalls including Wonky Stirtches and Dee Gordon Ceramics, enjoy some free fun classes, take part in fundraising games, get advice and information from local community groups and charities and much, much more.
The upstairs cafe will be open for light bites and refreshments.
Just come along to the fair. no need to book.
The Boomer’s Gig – 7pm to 10pm (doors open 6:30pm)
The Boomers will be playing 60s covers. Come along and join in the fun. You are welcome to sing alonh and have a dance!
We are asking for donations to attend this event, suggested £5.
There will also be a donation bar.
Numbers are limited and booking is essential for the evening event. Please call Age Concern on 01702 345373 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org