Country line dance with Donna Wylde at Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow

PUBLISHED: 06:47 02 August 2017

Donna Wylde and David Last are coming to Hiam Sports and Social Club

Donna Wylde and David Last are coming to Hiam Sports and Social Club


Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow will host a country line dance with Donna Wylde on Saturday, August 5.

Doors open at 7pm and tickets cost £6 for members and £7.50 for non-members.

Then on Sunday, August 6, there will be a tea dance with David Last from 2pm-5pm.

Admission costs £4 for members and £5.50 for non-members.

Call Christine at the club on 01353 688269 for more information.


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