Scottish dance for charity at the Town Hall in Brixton

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Artists impression of new Town Hall campus, with a new civic centre on Brixton Hill. Taken from proposal by Muse developers

The Town Hall will host St Andrew’s Day charity evening

St Andrew’s Day charity evening will take place tonight, from 7pm at Lambeth Town Hall, in Brixton.

The mayor of Lambeth, Cllr Mark Bennett, organised the event to raise money for the local ‘The Trussell Trust’ food banks.

Scottish ceilidh dance band “Licensed to Ceilidh” will play and drinks and light refreshments will be provided. The evening will also include a short raffle and auction.

The price is £15 per person and all the money raised from the sale of tickets will go to the Lambeth charity.

Dress code: smart/casual.

Tickets sold on the door (access Town Hall from the Acre Lane entrance opposite Lloyds Bank).

For further information call Mandy Plummer on 020 7926 2120 or email: mplummer@lambeth.gov.uk.

 

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