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Charity Ceilidh

Orston Village Hall in Nottingham

Friday 9th November 2018

7:30pm til 11:00pm

No age restrictions

A ceildih thrown by two 6th formers, both playing in the live ceildih band in order to raise money to volunteer with marine and wildlife in Sri Lanka.

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Charity Ceilidh on Friday 9th November 2018

On the 9th November 2018 at Orston Village Hall, Cat and Honor are throwing a charity ceilidh at Orston Village Hall, from 19:30 till 23:00, of which 100% of profits go towards our Sri Lanka funds. The money will pay for an opportunity of a lifetime; through volunteering we will be caring for endangered species such as leatherback turtles, as well as clearing up plastic (there are more details on our JustGiving pages, where you can buy tickets).

The ceilidh will have an experienced live ceilidh band, Charlie's Ant with all dances called by Charlie himself. Everyone is welcome, no matter how little dancing experience you have! There will also be a cheap bar and a raffle.

If you have any queries or issues buying tickets* just email

Tickets can be bought at my JustGiving page. Just put 'ceilidh', your name and how many tickets you want to buy (£6 each). If you untick the 5% box that also prevents you paying extra towards the website.

Please buy your tickets as soon as you can so we know rough numbers sooner rather than later.

We hope to see you there and thankyou for your support!

Ceilidh Poster

*rather than sending out tickets you will be buying a space and your name will be on a list at the door with the number of tickets paid for

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