Young Farmers charity race night
Harleston Young Farmers are holding their 6th Charity Race Night on Friday, March 7 at Harleston Apollo Club. Proceeds will be equally split between The Parkinson Society and towards the running of the club.
Harleston Young Farmers are holding their 6th Charity Race Night on Friday, March 7 at Harleston Apollo Club.
Proceeds will be equally split between The Parkinson Society and towards the running of the club.
Those interested can support the event by sponsoring a race for sponsorship of £30 - they then can choose the name of the race and the organisers will throw in one free ticket including food.
People can also sponsor a horse for £5 and they can choose the name.
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Contact Al Mingay on 07899996983 or Nick Wilby on 07786913930, for more information or tickets. Tickets are also available from Close Essentials in Harleston. Tickets are £8 in advance including food £5 without or £5 on night (no food will be available on night).
The Young Farmers are holding a new members evening on Wednesday at their club house on Spirketts Lane (next to bowls club). Harleston Young Farmers is a lively club for people aged 14 to 26 and meets every Wednesday and holds a wide range of meetings from talks from the Old Ram Tractor Club to ice skating.
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Contact Nick Wilby on 07786913930 or go along on Wednesday at 7.45pm. You don't have to be a farmer to be a Young Farmer!