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TOUGH TEN SPONSORSHIP REMINDER


If anyone who completed the Tough Ten in October still has sponsorship money owing please give it to Pat Waterman in Langley Travel on the High Street as soon as possible. Cheques are payable to “ALTT” or cash is fine. The Tough Ten presentation is being held on January 21 so money must be in before this date so the total amount raised can be counted. Any queries contact Pat on 265256 or drop in to see her.


CHRISTMAS FUNDRAISER FOR NATIONAL AUTISTIC SOCIETY


Come and join the fun at the Festivi-Tea Party taking place at Abbots Langley Community Centre on Sunday 12 December, from 1pm to 3pm. All profits from the event will go to the National Autistic Society. There will be lots of activities taking place, including face painting, children‟s cake decorating, cake stalls, gift stalls including jewellery, hand bags, children‟s books and a raffle. Visitors will also be able to visit Father Christmas in his Grotto after his arrival by Special Transport.


COMEDY CAPERS AT THE SWAN


Abbots‟ comedian Dean Courtney is showcasing his brand new material at The Swan pub in College Road on Saturday December 11. Dean, 35, is holding the evening of stand-up comedy to raise money for the cancer charity CLIC, which provides support and help to children and young people with the disease. All money raised will go towards CLIC and Dean‟s attempt at swimming the English Channel in August, next year. Admission is free. To book your table call The Swan on 01923 672539. The show begins at 8pm


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