Fun-filled variety helps hospice

PUBLISHED: 15:00 14 November 2010

Daniel Dean

Daniel Dean


A FUN-FILLED night featuring a variety of entertainment will help boost Weston Hospicecare coffers this month.

The Grand Evening of Variety will be held at The Playhouse on November 28, and includes magic, comedy, dancing and singing.

The proceeds from the event will be split between several local charities.

Jennie Bishop, of Weston Hospicecare, said: “It sounds like it’s going to be a great show, the amount of local talent involved is outstanding.

“Weston Hospicecare exists to provide care and support to local people living with a life-limiting illness so to see a show put on by such talented local people in a lovely local venue for a local charity is just fantastic.”

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