Posted: Fri 4th Oct 2013

Charity Halloween Party 26th October at the Civic Hall – Connahs Quay.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Oct 4th, 2013

Five friends from Flintshire County Council`s mental health community living team are holding a Halloween party in support of Macmillan Cancer Charity. 
Its being held on the 26th October at the Civic Hall in Connahs Quay, Deeside. 
The party is a ticket only event and starts at 7:30pm till approx 1am. Ticket are £4 per person, under 5s go in for free.
 
UNIVERSAL EXPORTS  will be  playing on the night,

Morrison’s have kindly donated all the food for the evening.

The will also be a “best dressed” competition for Adults and Child and a grand raffle

To purchase tickets people need to contact Rebecca Tinsley or Abbey Brookfield on 07801889510 or 07977127484.
 
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