Charity night for Cancer Research – at King Street Club this Thursday!


Cancer Research – such an important, well-loved charity.

Reader Nicola Khadhraoui‎ has been in touch and asked me to give an event at King Street Club in Walsall Wood this Thursday evening (30th June 2016) a plug…

The evening i being organised by Sylvia Harper and is in aid oaf Cancer Research. Forever products will be on sale with all the profits going to charity – there will also be a raffle and bingo. You can check out the event’s Facebook page here.

All the fun kicks off at 7pm. King Street Club’s address for satnav folk is: 27 King Street, Walsall Wood. WS9 9LN. Phone:01543 374841.

This looks like a fun thing indeed, and for such an important cause, so why not get down there?

Sylvia Harper wrote:

After such a success with the Aloe lips for my charity making already £50 for Breast Cancer, I’ve decided to hold a charity night with a difference.

Dedicated to my very good friend who has just overcome breast cancer for the second time and for my Big Sister Phylis Parsons also her second time, I want to show my support by raising as much as possible for this cause.

Some of the other Forever Products will be presented with what they can be used for and how they can help you.

There will be a raffle with some really good donated prizes and IRISH BINGO, however any sales of products or money taken on the night, ALL the profit will go to breast cancer charity.

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2 Responses to Charity night for Cancer Research – at King Street Club this Thursday!

  1. says:

    Hi Bob, cant remember if I sent you this picture of the Anchor Inn taken from across the road from Clentons butchers in Lindon Rd, Regards Brian

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