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World Cup '66 Celebration

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Unimpressed by England's performance at Euro 2016?

Care to reminisce about former times, when England could play football?

Then come along to the Sports & Social Club on Saturday 30th July and celebrate the 1966 football World Cup final — 50 years since England won the World Cup.

Entry to the event is free and families are very welcome.

Approximate timings:

1:00pm — kids' football shooting competition
2:00pm — BBQ
3:00pm — Screening of 1966 World Cup final
5.30pm — charity 1966 quiz
60's & 70's Disco till late

Prizes for the best 60's/70's fancy dress.

Raffle — Proceeds go to Willen Hospice

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