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Supporting people affected by cancer in the Pendle, Ribble Valley, and Craven areas

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Croquet Fun Day

The Croquet day was a great success, and Bosom Friends raised over £800. Take a look at some of the pictures here

14th July 2013

2:00 pm

Free Entry

So what can you do on the day?
Come along and have some fun with all the family! It’s FREE to attend; there is no admission charge to the event but there will be lots of chances to make a donation to Bosom Friends! There will be:
A chance to have a go at playing croquet with guidance from the professionals. One lawn will be for adults and one for children.
A professional croquet match taking place for you watch and pick up some tips and get a better idea of how the game works.
A Cake Stall from which you will be able to purchase delicious home-made cakes. If you are a good baker and would like to donate some cakes to be sold they would be well received too.
A Tombola stall where you can draw a ticket out of the drum and see if you have won an instant prize.
Face Painting for the children.
A Teddy Bear Hunt for the children around the grounds with a Teddy Bear Prize for the winner.
Refreshments available to buy including non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks from the bar, coffee and tea, snacks such as hot dogs etc.
Why not get together with your work colleagues and enter a team into the inter business/company challenge. Click here to download a sponsor form. It’s just £20 to enter a team and all we ask is that you raise a minimum of £50 in sponsorship – all going to help Bosom Friends help people locally affected by cancer. Help and advice will be on hand for those who have never played before!
Help promote the event by downloading a copy of the poster and placing it in a prominent place (your place of work possibly
If you have a few hours to spare on this date and would like to help out and get involved contact Bosom Friends on 07415 618843 who will pass your details on to the volunteer co-ordinator for this event – Mark Hyde.

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