Dear School Lane Club – Charity Event 17th November 2012

Diocesan Board for Social Responsibility

Susan Clark

Grassroots Family Support

Grassroots Family Support, St Mary’s Priory,

Brownedge Lane,BamberBridge,Lancashire,PR5 6SP

Tel: 07881587776

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Dear Lee, Alan and Anita

I would like to express a massive ‘Thank you’ for the organisation of the wonderful Charity Event which you arranged and managed on the 17th November at School Lane Club.

A wonderful evening was enjoyed by all and the grand total of £1686.00 was raised, this money will certainly help towards the continuation of Grassroots Family Support Project inBamber Bridge.

I would like to make a special Thank You to all the artists, who gave up their time for this very worthy cause and we look to hopefully doing something similar in the near future.

Susan Clark

Family Support Co-ordinator

www.blackburn.anglican.org/more_info.asp?current_id=303

Propper Job 4.5% abv – Its on its way to us!

Proper Job 4.5% abv

Specially shipped for us from St Austell, Cornwall

www.staustellbrewery.co.uk

Proper Job is an authentic IPA brewed with Cornish spring water and a blend of malts including our own Cornish Gold.

First brewed in 2006 as a seasonal beer, Proper Job proved so popular with thirsty customers that it is now a permanent part of the St Austell Brewery portfolio and our second best selling cask ale.

A powerfully hopped golden bitter that explodes with citrus grapefruit flavours.

Proper Job was awarded a silver medal in the ‘Golden Ales’ category of the 2009 Champion Beer of Britain competition at the Great British Beer Festival

Overall Champion Ale at the Bristol CAMRA Beer Festival 2009

Awarded a Gold Medal at the Taste of the West Awards 2009

Gold Medal in the Cask Strong Beer category at the SIBA South West Beer Festival

Silver Medal in the Golden Ales category at the Great British Beer Festival 2009

See alt Gold
Smell alt Pine Resin, Grapefruit
Taste alt Resinous Hops, Grassy
Bitter job4
Sweet tin2
Malt Maris Otter
Hops Willamette, Cascade, Chinook

Function Rooms Available at School Lane Club

Join us on BBC Radio Lancashire now 9/11/12

Anita, Rev Mark Slaney and Grassroots Family Support are on BBC Radio Lancashire.

With Alex Danson singing live.

********Limited Tickets**********

4 ACTS

ALEX DANSON

Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Muddy Waters, John Mayer, Eric Clapton

Trouble at’ Mill

All your favourite LANCASHIRE & IRISH songs
‘REAL LIVE MUSIC’ presented with an element of fun that makes’An Evening with TROUBLE at’ MILL’ an occasion to remember.

 Plus 25 Piece Band and DJ Liam to finish the night

Tickets £5.00 on the night £6.00

All proceeds go to local Bamber Bridge Charity Grassroots Family Support.