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Animal rescue centre's fundraiser

PUBLISHED: 10:01 30 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:28 03 July 2010

HELPING find new homes for unwanted pets and strays, the Faith Animal Rescue Sanctuary in Hickling needs the support of the kind-hearted to carry on its work.

HELPING find new homes for unwanted pets and strays, the Faith Animal Rescue Sanctuary in Hickling needs the support of the kind-hearted to carry on its work.

On Saturday night, November 7, one of the charity's major fundraisers is being held in Great Yarmouth at the Imperial Hotel.

The annual Charity Dinner dance is a ticket-only event and there are still some tickets available to help this worthwhile cause. They cost £20 each and include a three course meal and entertainment throughout the evening.

Anyone interested in going along and having a good night out in the name of charity, can call Bernadette on 01493 730190.

Cliff Park Junior School in Gorleston will be holding its annual Fireworks Evening next Friday, November 6. Donations are desperately needed to make the evening a success, please take to the school before the event for the attention of Michael Walsh. All proceeds will be re-invested into the school for the purpose of the pupils' education.

Gorleston Theatre Company will be staging the play Happy as a Sandbag at the Pavilion Theatre in Gorleston from Thursday until Saturday. The play is a musical celebration of the 70th anniversary of World War II and will be staged at 7pm nightly with a 2.30pm matinee on the Saturday. Tickets are £9 and £7 for concessions.

Do you have maths grades you are not happy with, that you want to improve? If so the Maths Fast Track GCSE course from Adult Education is for you. Oriel High School, Tuesday, January 5, for 18 weeks. Contact 01493 856647 for more information.


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