Family disco and barbecue is set to help raise funds in Emneth

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:00 19 June 2017

Emneth fund raiser

Emneth fund raiser

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Families are invited to a summer barbecue and family disco in Emneth.

The fund raising event is on Saturday July 15 from 7pm to midnight at Central Hall.

The evening is part of activities to raise £20,000 to resurface the hall car park.

There will be a disco from the start then at 8pm the BBQ begins. Music continues into the night.

Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children. Under threes go free and are available from Gaul Tree Inn.

A spokesman for the hall, which recently had a modern kitchen refurbishment, said: “We now need the villagers’ support even more.

“We have been turned down for a lottery grant to help with the “20, 000 needed to refurbish the car park, to make it safe for everyone to use.

“Please support our fund raisers so that the car park can remain a facility for all the village, not just the hirers of the hall.”

The hall has been a central focus since 1921.

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