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A black tie masked ball with supper is taking place at Tyringham Hall, Cuddington, this Saturday 10th September starting at 7.30pm, for the Friends of Stoke Mandeville Hospital and the Scannappeal.

The money raised will go towards the purchase of five machines for cataract and complex eye surgery.

Tickets are £50 from Gordon Rogers, 68 Bicester Road, Long Crendon, HP18 9EF (please make cheques payable to BTGP).

Complimentary Pimm's and beer will be supplied on arrival and dancing will be to a one man band and to Aylesbury Grammar School swing orchestra; wine will be available at £10 per bottle.

For more information call 01844 208530 or email grogers@psa-online.com

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