Latest! DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THE VALENTINE’S BALL HAS BEEN CANCELLED ALTHOUGH THE LUXURY DRAW IS STILL GOING AHEAD. THE NEXT SOCIAL GROUP EVENT IS THE ST GEORGE’S DAY MEAL ON WEDNESDAY 22Nd APRIL AT THE GEORGE.
The Valentine’s Ball is almost upon us!
If you are considering coming to this fabulous evening – or would like to come, but havent got around to ordering tickets, please do register your interest via the village shop (891836) or email firstname.lastname@example.org by this Friday so we have an idea of numbers. Make sure you are added to the guest list!
This is a chance to get on the glamour and enjoy good company with friends and loved ones. All ages welcome! You will enjoy a three-course meal and music by the PYTs, a band from London, all for £25.00pp. If you would like to get together with your friends and make up a table of ten, please let us know everyone’s names as we will be preparing a table plan.
Tickets for both the Ball and a luxury raffle are available to purchase at Number Twelve, the village deli and a list of the raffle prizes is available there to view.
Details: 14 February 2015, 7.30pm – midnight, Alconbury Memorial Hall.
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Here are some of the raffle prizes:
More news from the Social Group
The Santa Sleigh run, organised by Spaldwick Social Events Group, took place on 21st December 2014 and we would like to thank everyone in the village for participating and making it our best ever event. £170.00 was raised on the day, split between charities SANDS and Young Epilepsy.
Our genial Santa gave out over 80 presents to children in the village and the cheerful elves delivered some 30 tins of chocolates to seniors. The village deli, Number Twelve, looked after the gifts until we could pile them on the sleigh, which was kindly provided by and driven by Susie and Tony.
Welcome refreshment stops were set up by Spaldwick Playgroup, which acted as congregation points for residents and at our final stop, The George, Steve and his team warmly greeted us with hot mulled wine and mince pies. Carol singing got underway very quickly with help from village musicians, Angie Collins, Mark Sturdy and Mark Hunter. Everything was caught on camera by Mark Heath so there are lots of photos available.
We certainly had a wonderful time and are very proud that we can put on an event like this in our small village. Now the sleigh is safely stowed away and the elves are planning 2015. Put the date in your diary – it’s Sunday 20th December 2015.