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Have a ball for hospice

14:00 18 May 2014


MUCH-NEEDED funds will be raised for a children’s hospice by businessmen and women in Clevedon.

Clevedon Chamber will hold a special ball at The Walton Park Hotel on June 7 with all proceeds being donated to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) which runs Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

The event, sponsored by LDPA Credit Insurance and Triangle Telecom, will include a champagne reception, three-course meal, a raffle and live music from Missing Cat.

Corporate partnerships fundraiser at Charlton Farm, Janey Hellman said: “We’re very grateful to Clevedon Chamber for all their support, the ball sounds like a great way to enjoy a night out while at the same time raising much-needed funds for a local charity.”

Tickets, priced £35, are available by calling Julia on 01275 340997 or emailing


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