Get your tickets quick for annual Doddington Disco this Saturday

PUBLISHED: 14:01 08 March 2018

Throwback to last year's Doddington Disco.

Throwback to last year's Doddington Disco.


Tickets are running low for the annual Doddington Disco which takes place this Saturday (March 10).

This year’s theme is ‘Best of British’ and there will be prizes for best dressed.

The disco takes place at Doddington Village Hall from 7-11.30pm.

Tickets, £5 each, are available from Jason Shepherd by calling 07980 795398 or from The Three Tuns pub.

There will be a licensed bar on the night. The event is presented by Doddington Village Sports & Carnival Committee.

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