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Raising Funds for Scoliosis

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Scoliosis Fundraisers

June is scoliosis awareness month, aimed at raising awareness of the condition that causes curvature of the spine.

Local resident Paula Tompkins is looking to help raise funds for the charity SAUK (scoliosis association UK)
and is holding a fundraising event in associated with the Pondarosa Line Dancers on Saturday 16th June, in Haddenham Village Hall, from 2.30 to 4.30pm

On offer (in addition to the opportunity to have a go at line dancing) are Tombola, a Tabletop Sale, Bric-a-Brac and a raffle.

Hot and cold drinks will also be available.

If you'd like to buy raffle tickets ahead of the day, they're available from Paula Tompkins at £1 a strip

Donations for raffle, tombola,or bric-a-brac greatly received.

Email Paula here: madcowpaula@btinternet.com

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