Hog roast feast delights more than 100 people at March Conservative Club

09:17 09 June 2014

The hog roast gets carved.

The hog roast gets carved.

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More than 100 people sat down to enjoy a Hog Roast at March Conservative Club.

Guests queue up for the hog roast.Guests queue up for the hog roast.

Reg Flack was in charge of the hog roasting and was ably assisted in carving it by club chairman Stephen Bradshaw and committee members Robin Howlett and Peter Dudley.

A variety of side dishes, salads, rice and pasta were served up by Louise Ayres and committee members Diane Bradshaw, Margaret Butwright and Maureen Wright.

Afterwards, guests listened to the band and some had a dance.

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