Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow to host ballroom and sequence dance with Mark Spafford

PUBLISHED: 12:25 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:25 16 November 2017

Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow to host ballroom and sequence dance with Mark Spafford.

Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow to host ballroom and sequence dance with Mark Spafford.

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Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow is hosting a ballroom and sequence dance on Saturday November 25.

Mark Spafford will lead the dance from 8-11pm.

Admission costs £5 for members or £6.50 for non-members.

Call 01353 688269 to book or for more information.

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