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2012 Charity Ball at Stock Brook Country Club

This years ball returned to the magnificent Stock  Brook country club where over 150 of our members and their guests joined together to enjoy another fantastic night.

Once again the meals served were delicious and the team at Stock Brook did us proud with their fine service and attention to detail. After the meal the raffle was held before the rest of the evenings entertainment commenced, in all over £835 was raised from the raffle alone.

Dusty Eggshed were on hand again this year to treat everybody to their fine mix of songs, both old and new whilst if you didn’t fancy a dance there was a chance to try your hand at , Blackjack, Roulette and Poker downstairs. There was also a chance to have the evening recorded forever with a photographer on hand to capture everyone in their finery.

All too quickly the evening came to an end but it was a wonderful night with lots of great memories. Thanks go to the team at Stock Brook for hosting the evening so professionally and in particular big thanks once again to our own Sue Gallagher for organising the whole event and making it go off so smoothly.

To view  or purchase any of the photos taken on the night by the professional photography team please click here to view them.

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