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Quiz Night – Fri 24 Feb
5th February 2017
The British-American QUIZ NIGHT will also take place on base at The Croughton Crown, so come and find out how trivial your general knowledge is and test your wits against RAF Croughton’s finest brains! There will be several rounds of themed questions, with a lot of fun interspersed, and prizes for the winners and losers!
Teams of up to six players can be formed in advance or on the night. Questions will be directed towards both British and American, so it is an advantage to have both on your team! Tickets cost £3 per person to include table snacks and prizes. A cash bar will be available throughout the evening.
Tickets for these events are available from Julie Scott: please call 01280 708012 or email email@example.com.
The deadline for tickets is Monday 16th January 2017 for Burns Night and Wednesday 8th February 2017 for the Quiz night.
Please note that you will have to submit car details and passport or driving license numbers to gain access onto RAF Croughton.
Backbeat - Sat 25 Feb
5th February 2017
If you are looking for an evening of music and dancing to the sounds of the 60s then pop along to Croughton Village Hall on Saturday February 25th. Local band BackBeat, with resident of Croughton Bill Bennett on vocals and guitar, will head up a lively night of tunes from the Beatles to the Rolling Stones, Kinks, Chuck Berry and many more favourites.
The evening kicks off at 7 30pm with the band up and ready for dancing at 8 15pm. Ticket price includes a ploughmans supper and there is a fully licensed bar.
The evening is being held to raise funds for the maintenance of the Village Hall
Tickets are on sale £10 in advance and £12 on the door. Tickets are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Chris Tomlin on 01869 226383
9th February 2017
Do you have a charity you support? Do you like home soup making? Would you like to put the two together? During Lent (March and April) on Friday lunch times (12:30-1:30pm.) at the Reading Room, Croughton. Various people are offering home made soups and bread with tea/coffee and sharing any money made between the Reading Room (now with its new heating system) and the charity of their choice. If this sounds like you then come and talk to rev Simon for more details. If you just want to enjoy a good home cooked meal come along and eat.