Pub to host charity night

PUBLISHED: 08:56 21 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

A PUB is to host a charity disco and karaoke evening. The Queen Adelaide, in High Street, Croydon, is putting on the event to raise cash for Headway, a charity that supports people with brain injuries and those who care for them. Michelle Hunter, the pub

A PUB is to host a charity disco and karaoke evening.

The Queen Adelaide, in High Street, Croydon, is putting on the event to raise cash for Headway, a charity that supports people with brain injuries and those who care for them.

Michelle Hunter, the pub's landlady, said: "We have been asked by some people who have been helped by Headway to put on this event.

"Leading brain surgeon Mr Kirk Patrick has offered to attend, while BBC Moto GP commentator Steve Parrish, who is a partner in the Queen Adelaide, has also promised to be there.

"We're hoping to have a few other celebrities there as well."

The disco and karaoke will take place on Friday, February 6, starting at 9pm and ending at around 12.30am.

Michelle added: "If our other events are anything to go by it should be well attended.

"There will be collection boxes in the pub from now until February 6, so that people can donate, and a raffle will be running.

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