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Romantic evening in aid of charities

PUBLISHED: 10:28 20 January 2015 | UPDATED: 10:28 20 January 2015

Let's have a ball: Gearing up for the inaugural Valentine's Day Ball to be held at the Southgate Community Centre inn Bury St Edmunds on February 14th: West Suffolk Hospital Charity fundraising manager Dave Gooderham, Community Centre manager Jackie Tooley, Cllrs Patrick Chung and Sarah Stamp, Community Partnership chairman Tim Sheppard, St Nicholas Hospice Care community fundraiser Miranda McCoy and Community Partnership trustee and organiser Andy Abbott

Let's have a ball: Gearing up for the inaugural Valentine's Day Ball to be held at the Southgate Community Centre inn Bury St Edmunds on February 14th: West Suffolk Hospital Charity fundraising manager Dave Gooderham, Community Centre manager Jackie Tooley, Cllrs Patrick Chung and Sarah Stamp, Community Partnership chairman Tim Sheppard, St Nicholas Hospice Care community fundraiser Miranda McCoy and Community Partnership trustee and organiser Andy Abbott

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A Bury St Edmunds community is hosting a “glittering” event on the most romantic day of the year to raise valuable funds for local charities.

The Southgate Community Partnership, which runs the Southgate Community Centre, has organised a Valentine’s Ball to support its Defibrillator Appeal, the West Suffolk Hospital Charity and St Nicholas Hospice Care. Tickets cost £35 and include a three-course meal, wine, bubbly and entertainment by the Marrakesh Swing Band. They are available from the community centre office or call 01284 703705 or 07508409043.


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