FAST becoming a firm favourite on Clitheroe’s social calendar is the 1940s-themed “We’ll Meet Again” dance organised by the Rotary Club of Clitheroe.
After the hugely successful events of the past two years, the club has bowed to popular demand and is staging this year’s dance at the St Mary’s Centre on Saturday May 5th, doors open at 7-15 p.m. Tickets are priced at just £15 including supper and live entertainment from the acclaimed Swing Commanders, the UK’s leading exponents of 1940s swing.
One of the dance organisers, Bill Honeywell, explained: “As well as having a good time we hope to raise funds for Rotary-supported charities, including Life Education and Crossroads, so there will be a raffle, but the fund-raising will definitely be secondary to the main reason for the night, which is to have a great night with a fabulous band.”
Those who like to dress for the occasion are positively encouraged to go along in the styles of the period (1940s and ’50s) but this is not compulsory and modern smart casual will do just as well.
Numbers are restricted to 180 and with the tickets so keenly priced they are sure to sell fast. To book yours call 01200 428014 or contact any Clitheroe Rotarian.