Ceilidh for Cats
15 April 2013
dance, food and prizes ...
Saturday 1st June there will be a Ceilidh at the Community Centre in Kirkham,
with all profits going to the Preston
Branch of Cats Protection. The admission
price of £9 includes a hot pot supper, including vegetarian &
vegan options, and there will be a raffle with lots of prizes. Local
businesses, most of whom are independent traders, in Kirkham and
Wesham have been very generous in donating prizes for the raffle.
of course, be tea, coffee, soft drinks and cakes available, but as
there isn’t a bar, if you wish to bring your own alcohol, please
The music and
caller will be provided by Sid Calderbank and his band. Sid has over
30 years of entertainment experience having played at many clubs and
art and folk festivals. He is a very patriotic Lancastrian, a member
of the Lancashire Society and his web site describes him as ‘the
mon for dialect and song’.
All in all
you’re in for a good nights entertainment and fun and hopefully we
will make a few bob for Cats Protection so that we can continue to
help cats, kittens and people in Preston and surrounding areas.
venue and access
for Kirkham Community Centre is Mill Street, Kirkham, PR4 2AN.
car turn off Poulton Street (the main street) for Morrisons
Supermarket, opposite Fylde Autoparts, but go up the slope to the two
large car parks. There is ample free parking, including disabled bays
and it is next to the Community Centre.
from Preston, Blackpool, and many other places in Fylde and Wyre stop
at Market Square (5 minutes walk) and at other stops along Poulton
Street. Kirkham train station is a 15 minute walk away and there are
a number of local taxi businesses.
Book or for further information
contact Amanda Gray on 01772 682747 or e-mail
including the Ceilidh and the hotpot supper, are £9 per adult or £6
for children 14years and under. Doors open 7:30pm.
booking is essential.
Council (for Community Centre information)