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Fun for all at Beauvale Priory charity night

Broxtowe Mayor Cllr Margaret Handley, centre, kicks-off the event alongside Lasso Lizzie, left, and Beauvale Abbey Farms Ann Whyte beneath the 14th century Beauvale Priory ruins.

Broxtowe Mayor Cllr Margaret Handley, centre, kicks-off the event alongside Lasso Lizzie, left, and Beauvale Abbey Farms Ann Whyte beneath the 14th century Beauvale Priory ruins.

Beauvale Priory came to life for an evening of food, music and dancing last weekend to raise over £1,200 for the Broxtowe Mayor Cllr Margaret Handley’s two chosen charities, The Royal British Legion and Ryan Lee Trust.

The charity line dance and hog roast saw Ann and Tony Whyte from Beauvale Abbey Farm welcome over 180 visitors to enjoy free line dance instruction from Lasso Lizzie, a mouth-watering hog roast courtesy of Redgate Butchers and live entertainment from Kimberley’s King of Swing, Frankie Martin.

Cllr Handley, said: “It was incredible to see the strength of feeling shown by people of all ages towards the Royal British Legion and Ryan Lee Trust. Every penny really does count for these two very worthy causes and I would like to say a special ‘thank you’ to everyone for their generosity and for helping to make the event such a success.”

 

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