Picture gallery: Dancing the night away at Great Dunmow mayor’s charity jazz event

19:00 08 February 2014

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Dunmow mayor's Jazz Night.

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Guests danced the night away at the Great Dunmow mayor’s charity jazz night.

Music was performed by The Dave Browning Jazz Band, and guests were well fed with food provided from Walkers Catering.

There was also the chance to win some raffle prizes which had been donated by shopkeepers and friends.

Mayor Phil Milne said: “A big thank you to everyone 
for making the evening so successful. The proceeds of the evening will support the mayor’s charities, which are Dunmow and District Stroke Support Group and pre-school groups in the town.”

The next event for the mayor’s charity appeal is an Essex Police Choir in Concert, with guest local artists, on Saturday, April 26 at Foakes Hall.

Tickets can be booked by calling the Great Dunmow Town Council Offices on 01371 872406 or June Milne on 01371 875370.

1 comment

  • It's my band, pity I am not even in the photo. What an aweful picture of my band,shame really.

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    Dave Browning

    Monday, February 10, 2014

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