Curry night for Children in Need
PUBLISHED: 11:40 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 11:06 23 August 2010
A CURRY night is to be held as organisers bid to beat the £1,050 they raised for the Children in Need appeal last year. The event is due to be hosted at the Amar Hall, East Hill, Dartford, on Friday, November 6. Featuring a three course Indian meal, ent
A CURRY night is to be held as organisers bid to beat the £1,050 they raised for the Children in Need appeal last year.
The event is due to be hosted at the Amar Hall, East Hill, Dartford, on Friday, November 6.
Featuring a three course Indian meal, entertainment will be provided by DJ Bizzi 'B' as part of the annual fundraiser.
Money raised for Children In Need goes towards improving the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
The BBC's first appeal for children was on a radio program for five minutes on Christmas Day in 1972, raising £1,143,28,03. The first television appeal was in 1955 and raised a total of £625,836.
Last year BBC Children In Need raised a staggering £36 million in total.
Ticket price is £12 which includes the three course Indian meal.
For information and tickets call 01322 559348 or visit www.amarhall.co.uk
TUITION and expert advice will be available at the Kent Angling Show this month.
The event is due to take place at the Kent County Showground, Detling, at the weekend.
Free fly casting tuition will be held through the Environment Agency, and trade stalls will feature on both days.
Admission costs £5 for adults and £3 for seniors and accompanied under 15s.
The showground is junction 5 off the M2 and junction 7 off the M20.
DO you have an eye for antiques?
If so, you can get your possessions valued by an experienced auctioneer this month.
Alan White, of auctioneer and valuer Ibbet Mosely, is expected to appear at Riverview Park Library, Leander Drive, Gravesend, from 10am to 4pm next Friday.
For more information, or to book a place at the event, call the library on 01474 564181.
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