Valentine's bash in Banwell

PUBLISHED: 19:00 20 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:36 25 May 2010

A ROMANTIC setting, song and dance will all form part of a charity Valentine's bash in Banwell.

A ROMANTIC setting, song and dance will all form part of a charity Valentine's bash in Banwell.

Organisers plan to adorn the village hall in Westfield Road with heart balloons and red table cloths for the annual British Heart Foundation party.

The main entertainment will be provided by Seedy Cases, comprising of Terry Dunham from Banwell on guitar, mandolin, harmonica and lead vocals. Joining him is Ray Breakey from Worle, on the drums and Wilf Hodgson from Glastonbury, on the electric guitar, upright electric base and harmonies.

The band will play a variety of tunes from the 1950s to present day including blues, rock, soul, jazz, acoustic as well as their own material, both songs and instrumental.

Organisers Kathy Dutton and partner Terry said they are also hoping for a few surprise acts on the night.

There will be a raffle and donations of prizes are needed.

All profits from the event, sponsored by Security 2 Alarms and Highfield Kennels & Cattery, will go the British Heart Foundation.

The Valentine' party will take place between 8-11.30pm on February 6.

Tickets, priced £7.50 for adults and £5.50 for children under 14, include a ploughmans meal.

For queries or advance ticket purchases call Kathy on 01934 824552 or 07779 856831.


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