Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow to host The Umbrella Big Band and Chris Booth at dance events

PUBLISHED: 15:01 20 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:01 20 October 2017

The Umbrella Big Band

The Umbrella Big Band

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Hiam Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow will host two dance events this weekend.

On Saturday 28, The Umbrella Big Band will perform as part of a ballroom dance from 8-11.45pm.

Tickets cost £10 for members and £12.50 for guests.

Call Veronica on 07936 389296 or email info@hiam.org.uk for more info.

Then on Sunday 29, Chris Booth will lead a tea dance from 2-5pm.

Admission costs £4 for members and £5.50 for non-members including tea/coffee and biscuits.

For more information call Christine Knights on 01353 688269.

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