Organiser calls for support for Christmas Dinner and Dance

Summer BallDunmow18 June 2013Photograph by Mike PerryPic shows; party goers at the Dunmow Summer Bal

Summer BallDunmow18 June 2013Photograph by Mike PerryPic shows; party goers at the Dunmow Summer Ball. - Credit: Archant

Great Dunmow’s very own angel will be handing money raised by a Christmas Dinner and Dance to local causes.

Kay Puddick organised a Summer Ball earlier in the year and through popular demand has decided to put another on for the festive season.

Guests at the event – on Saturday, December 7 – will be treated to a four-course meal and then they can dance to the music provided by the DJ, .

Kay, of High Stile, also has some surprises up her sleeve to keep everyone entertained.

The mother-of-one said: “I want everybody to come down and support our community. It will be a great event for office Christmas parties, or even if there is only a couple of you, we have space for you.”

In June Kay organised a summer ball to raise money for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity and the British Heart Foundation.

Helen Rollason is a cause very close to her heart as she was diagnosed with cancer in 2000 and since then has had both her breasts removed and gone under the knife 43 times.

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For the Christmas Dinner and Dance Kay has decided to donate the money back into the community.

She said: “All the money we make will be for the town. I fell in love with Dunmow as soon as I moved here and I want to do something to help.

“If somebody comes to me and says ‘I need some money for a new fridge’ I will do what I can. Even if we make a small donation it all matters.”

Tickets cost £40 and the ball will be held at Foakes Hall, from 7pm.

A booking form needs to be requested from Kay. Call 07970 498950 or e-mail kpltd@btinternet.com.

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