West Bridgford Conservative Club charity Autumn Fayre

West Bridgford Conservative Club is holding its annual charity Autumn Fayre this Saturday, 11th November,  from 1pm to 4pm at its clubhouse on Rectory Road. 

All proceeds will be donated to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association which the club has supported throughout the whole of 2017.  Over £2000 has already been raised from charity events held during the year.

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Club Secretary, Peter Brunger, said “Each year the club supports a chosen charity and members work long and hard to raise money through a number of events.  This year we are delighted to be supporting Guide Dogs for the Blind which does so much to help both blind and partially sighted people get their lives back.  It costs around £55,000 to train each guide dog and provide support during its working life so contributions like these arevital to the continuing work of the charity.  Our Autumn Fayre on Saturday is open to everybody, so please do come along to the club on Saturday afternoon, have some fun and help support this very worthwhile cause.”

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Visitors can meet a guide dog and enjoy a choice of stalls including a tombola and a special children’s tombola, home made cakes, books, roll-a-coin, a children’s free Santa’s Sack and more .  There will also be a grand raffle with a wide variety of great prizes.  A licenced bar, coffee, afternoon teas and soft drinks will all be available.

West Bridgford Conservative Club has been based on Rectory Road in West Bridgford for some 50 years.  It forms an important part of the social fabric of the area and now has around 320 members. Facilities include two air conditioned bars serving a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, including real ales, three full-sized snooker tables and a pool table.  There is live music most Saturday nights whilst bingo and other events are held during the week. Members, Members’ Guests and Affiliation Ticket Holders are welcome.

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In addition, it provides a convenient venue for a variety of other organisations that regularly use the club premises for meetings and other events.

The club also holds a popular coffee morning every Monday from 10am until noon which is open to members and non-members alike.  Tea, coffee and a selection of inexpensive brunch items are available.