James Ford in charity night at Flitch House Dunmow

PUBLISHED: 10:23 14 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:23 14 February 2017

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James Ford

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A charity ladies night in aid of Accuro (care services for people with disabilities) will be at at The Flitch House in Dunmow on Sunday, March 5.

The guests will receive a complimentary drink on arrival and canapés during the evening.

Five business will be there, Jamberry Nails by Sara, Chloe’s Ladies Fashion of Dunmow, Stella and Dot by Victoria, (jewellery) House of Skin Beauty and Choccy Heaven (Dunmow).

There will also be a raffle.

Accuro is a charity providing a range of specialist services for children, young people and adults with a disability in West Essex. It provides support for around 350 people in the area and has been working in Essex for over 30 Years. Within Accuro there are six different schemes including the Under 19 Youth Group which holds weekly sessions in Great Dunmow. The Flitch House is at 39 High Street, Great Dunmow, CM6 1AH. Tickets, £12 from 01279 870297 or fundraisingaccuro@gmail.com

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