Posted: Sat 11th Oct 2014

Connah's Quay: Halloween party in aid of Macmillan Friday 31st October

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Oct 11th, 2014


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A group of friends from Flintshire County Council Social Services Mental Health Department will be holding a charity Halloween party at Connah’s Quay Civic Hall on Friday 31st October.

It’ll be the third time the group have held the event which has proved to be a great success in previous years, raising lots of money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

This year live music comes from Wilbur Milton, there’s hot food, a raffle and best dressed competition for adults and kids.

Tickets only cost £4 each and under 5’s go in for free. 

One of the organisers, Abbey Brookfield said;

“Unfortunately all of us at some point in our lives will be touched my cancer in one way or another. I’m sure you all know what an AMAZING charity Macmillan are. Macmillan support are there right from the moment someone is diagnosed, through their treatment and beyond, they offer a constant source of support, to not only patients that live with cancer but carers, families and communities. Together they are Macmillan cancer support, a charity we are all so proud to support.”

The friends are hoping to raise as much money as possible with the event and would love to receive any donations for the raffle from local people and businesses.

Contact Abbey Brookfield on 07977127484 if you would like to make a donation to the event, to find out more info or purchase tickets.

 

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