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Forthcoming Fundraising events for The Bridge Project

April 22, 2013.

The Bridge Project has a varied fundraising events programme for the next three months.

All proceeds raised will go to The Bridge Project charity which offers assistance to disadvantaged adults within the local community.

On Saturday April 27th, ‘Opera and More’ will be providing an evening of classical and operatic music at The Quay Theatre, Sudbury. A sell-out event last year, this wonderful evening of sumptuous sound costs £15 per person and includes fizz and canapés.

On Saturday May 4th, there is a guided walk through ancient lime woodland, to see bluebells in their full glory, followed by afternoon tea in Hadleigh. This is certain to be a stimulating experience with the woodlands being a habitat to many species of wildlife including badgers, dormice, buzzards and nightingales. Adult tickets cost £10, older child, £5 and under 8’s are free.

On Saturday June 15th, it’s time to ‘do-sa-do’ at The Bridge Project’s Barn Dance. The music will be provided by Barnstormers, a local ceilidh band. There will be a licensed bar, a delicious ploughman’s supper and raffle. Tickets cost £10 per person, £5 for under 16’s and under 8’s are free. Information on how to win a pair of free tickets is detailed on the poster below.

For more information about any of these fundraising events, please visit https://www.thebridgeproject.co.uk or call 01787 313691



The Bridge Project's Barn Dance - Saturday June 15th 2013




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