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PUBLISHED: 07:39 13 February 2015

Hitchin's Club 85 will host a new jazz night at the end of the month

Hitchin's Club 85 will host a new jazz night at the end of the month


Jazz fans are invited to an evening of entertainment and dancing in Fowlmere next Saturday.

Music will be performed by Rosie Val and The Cambridge Jazz Co at Fowlmere Village Hall.

Tickets are £15 and will include a buffet supper.

All proceeds from the night will go to supporting Fowlmere Village Hall.

You can buy a ticket from Thriplow or Foxton shops, or by calling Rachel on 01763 208364 or Carol on 01763 208576.

Entertainment kicks off at 8pm – doors open at 7.30pm – on Saturday February 21. There will be a licensed bar and raffle.


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