Race Night 2015

posted 1 Mar 2015, 07:51 by Andy Moll   [ updated 1 Mar 2015, 07:56 ]

On Saturday, April 18th

Doors open 7.30pm, first race 8pm

Come along for a fantastic evening which packs in all the fun and excitement of day at the races.  The evening is professionally compared and the races are shown on a big screen.  Continuing the success of previous years, it open to families and we will start the first race sharp at 8:00.  This year we are dividing the income between the North Curry Playing Fields charity and supporting Jan Ashcroft’s Moon Walk for breast cancer care. 

WHY I'M WALKING THE WALK

Everyone knows someone who is affected by Breast Cancer. If I can make eve
n the slightest difference to help wipe out this terrible disease which has affected so many families and friends then it will be worth every step and although I realise it will be difficult, I will endeavour, on behalf of all who sponsor me to enjoy the scenery at the same time.


 

There will be a raffle, a tote and an opportunity to own a horse.

 

Tickets are now on sale at Post Office or via Jan Ashcoft, Paul Gratton or Andy Moll.  Please let us know your table booking sizes, Tables to seat 4, 6 or 8; larger groups upon request.

 

Four best dressed categories this year and here are the rules for the judging of

  1. Best Gents Hat

  2. Best Ladies Hat

  3. Best Dressed Table as in clothes and hats

  4. Best Dressed Table as in decorated table

Note that the judges will decided sometime before the 4th race and to be in with a chance of winning hats need to be ON, re 3 last year most hats were off when we chose………

 

Bar, plus soft drinks and light snacks served all evening.


Tickets:

Adults £3 in advance (£5 on the door, unless sold out like last time)

Children £1 in advance (£2 on the door)

On Facebook

Or organisers Jan 490511, Andy 490046 and Paul 491667  or pavilion@nothcurry.com

 

This is being organised by the North Curry Playing Fields charity and Jan Ashcroft.  All proceeds are going towards the improvements of the playing fields and Breast Cancer Care.

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