Sutton Feast to host mini series of events next month
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Sutton Feast are hosting a mini series of events in early October, starting with a talk about Bletchely Park, code breaking and the Enigma Machine, on Friday 2.
The talk will be held in The Pavillion at 7:30 p.m. Tickets £3, available on the door.
David Smith, of the group, said: “The following Saturday, October 10, we have a 1940’s dance in the Brooklands Centre, at the British Legion, with live music provided by The Alan Norris Big Band, an 18 piece band with two singers.
“Period dress is very much welcomed, although not compulsory, as is dancing, so if you know how to Waltz, Foxtrot,Quick Step, Jive and a little bit of Latin, come and get the Strictly vibe and dance to a live band. If you don’t or cannot dance come along and enjoy the music.”
The dance will run from 8-11pm with tickets priced at £10.
The last event, a talk entitled “The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight”, will be given by one of the guides at RAF Coningsby, who will be joined by, health allowing, a veteran of 36 missions as a flight engineer on Lancaster Bombers over enemy territory, who will give an insight into life during the war on active service, and the role of the Memorial Flight today.
The talk will take place in The Glebe, at 7.30pm on Friday October 16. Admission £3 on the door.
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For more information or to purchase tickets for the Dance please call 07876 253428 or visit www.suttonfeast.btck.co.uk