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GOSSIP Always A Chance


Neverland Ball 2012 Always A Chance has been established in memory of James Kouzaris and James Cooper who were tragically killed in Sarasota, Florida in April 2011. Te charity’s work focuses on striving to change the lives of young people at risk of being involved in violent crime. Trough education and experiences they hope to encourage young people to make the right choices and turn their back on violence. Tey also wish to support the families and victims of violent crime with assistance, advice and financial support.


Te charity works to make their fundraising events a bit special. Te next big event for the charity this year is the: ALWAYS A CHANCE NEVERLAND BALL 20th OCTOBER 2012 TOWCESTER RACECOURSE Always a Chance takes you to Neverland, second star on the right and straight on ‘til Towcester racecourse. Prepare to be immersed in nostalgia and enchanted by spectacles with a magical evening of live music, performance and world foods. Tere will also be an auction with plenty to wow and entertain. Te charity has huge and blossoming support and a great future. Come and join us, it promises to be quite an extraordinary night and a great choice for both corporate groups and individuals. Tickets cost £50 per person, please contact Paul@alwaysachance.org.uk to reserve yours. We welcome you to book in tables of up to 10. Tank you, Always a Chance.


www.alwaysachance.org.uk info@alwaysachance.org.uk Artisan Market


Sunday 9th September 2012. 10.30am - 2.00pm.


Castle Ashby Rural Shopping Yard (Signposed from the A428 Northampton - Bedford Road) Local produce, fresh breads, cheese, crafts and so much more.


One Fat Hen.... Events. Contact 07810492438 / 07751851151


THE ROCKINGHAM CASTLE COUNTRY SHOW


Sat 22 & Sun 23 Sept


10:00am - 5pm each day


nr. Market Harborough LE16 8TH adm: £6; concs £5; child 5-16: £3; Family: £15 (2 adults + children)


Rockingham 2 discounts at oakleighfairs.co.uk/rockingham


and if you come to the Fair on Sunday admission to the Castle and Gardens is just £5!


OAKLEIGH supporting 94 www.r-magazine.co.uk


A wonderful event for all the family including Polly Parrots Roadshow, the 44th Essex Light Foot (Sharpe’s Own) Re-enactment Unit, Nuneaton Dog Display Team, plus Patanavac Gun dog displays, Birds of prey and falconry displays, Terrier Racing, the iButho Anglo-Zulu War History Group, Willow Sculpture, Looming, Pole-lathing, Corn Dollies as well as many other traditional rural demos. Marquees with arts, crafts, lifestyle and food stands. The Events Show Kitchen cookery demos and Wine tastings too. Children’s Entertainer, bouncy castles, fairground (charges apply) and a Small Animal Displays with TOTALLYAlive! to keep your little ones engaged while you sit back enjoying a well earned cuppa or perhaps something a little more bracing and ponder how well


Towser Fido and Pongo might do on ,


Sunday in The Companion Dog Show proceeds from which all go to Marie Curie Cancer Care and which is open to all dogs


and their companions too ...of course!


supported by our chums at the


more info: 0800 141 2823 www.oakleighfairs.co.uk


masses to see and do l


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