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Dinner Dance confirmed for Spring 2022

Dinner Dance confirmed for Spring 2022

24 September 2021
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Its time to put on your glad rags and dancing shoes as Wokingham Borough Mayor Cllr Keith Baker and Chance to Dance Stars CIC invite residents to a fundraising Dinner Dance.  The event will take place on Saturday 19 March 2022 at Sindlesham Court. All money raised from the event will go to Chance to Dance Stars CIC.

 

The Mayor traditionally chooses a local charity or community interest company to benefit from fundraising during his time in office. Chance to Dance Stars CIC is a dance school for students with disabilities and their families in the local community. Founded in 2013, the dance classes have received popular appraise by local families, resulting in the charity expanding to nine dance classes which take place in Reading, Coley and Bracknell.

 

Wokingham Borough Mayor Cllr Keith Baker said: “I am looking forward to seeing as many Wokingham borough residents at the Dinner Dance next spring. The dress code is formal and it’s the perfect opportunity to wear those pretty frocks and smart suits that have been hiding in the wardrobe. On the night, we will have a fantastic performance by X-Factor Star, Danyl Johnson. Tickets are selling fast and I urge residents to book early to avoid disappointment.”

 

The event will take place at the beautiful Sindlesham Court, a Grade II listed building, on Saturday 19 March 2022 from 6.30pm until midnight. Tickets cost £47 each and include an arrival drink, followed by a three-course meal and a glass of wine.

 

Tickets for the glamorous evening are available to purchase by emailing the Chance to Dance Stars CIC email address at sendanceclub@hotmail.com


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o  Car park changes to tackle anti-social behaviour

 

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