Charity race night at Hadlow College

PUBLISHED: 18:45 28 October 2010 | UPDATED: 18:05 20 February 2013

Win cash prizes this Saturday 30 October at Hadlow In Formation Rotary Club's charity race night

Charity Race Night



This Saturday (30 October) you can win cash prizes and at the same time help raise money in aid of Shelter Box and Demelza Hospice by taking part in Hadlow In Formation Rotary Club's charity race night.


Taking place in the College Restaurant, tickets are 12.50 each or 20 for two and include a traditional fish and chip supper.


There are eight close races to be on - get your tickets now and get studying form!


To book: contact Pat Crawford on 07771 6356884 or Sue Thorne on 01732 8853240


Hadlow College, Tonbridge Road TN11 0AL

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