DON'T FORGET THE RACE NIGHT !!

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Why not come and enjoy the thrill of the Racecourse at the Henbury Events Race Night on Friday March 29th in the Church Hall at 7.30 pm.

There'll be six races plus a bonus race and you can back your favourite horse on the " Tote" . You can even buy and name a horse in advance ( only £2 per horse per race) and when your horse wins you'll win a PRIZE as well as your winnings on the " Tote" !! It's win win win and lots of fun too .

Admission is £10 for adults and £ 5 for children and that includes a cheese & wine supper and the race programme. Full details HERE

We look forward to seeing you there.

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