Band Up to Cancer!
Thank you for visiting our fundraising page for bladder and prostate cancer research. Too many of our family, friends and neighbours have been affected by these cancers!
Our fund-raising gig for "Band Up to Cancer" is on 20th September 2019 at our lovely village pub: The Plough Inn, Stalisfield. ME130HY.
Local band "Missing Peace" are booked and will perform a lively mix of great music from all decades. The band will donate their fee for the evening and the pub in addition, are donating a one night stay in their lovely new rooms as a prize for the raffle.
We hope you can attend and enjoy the evening, and maybe buy a raffle ticket to help raise funds but if you can't and would like to donate anyway - feel free to use this page!
The Plough Inn, Stalisfield : Providing the Venue, paying the bands fees, selling raffle tickets - generally being good guys :-)
Missing Peace: providing the entertainment, organising the event - generally being good guys :-)
Raffle Prizes and their sponsors:
*The Plough Inn: 1 night stay for two people at The Plough Inn, Stalisfield, in one of their fabulous new rooms https://theploughinnstalisfield.co.uk/ (subject to availability and certain restrictions)
*Biddenden Vineyard: 2 bottles of Medium Cider
*Canterbury Cathedral: Family entry and guided tour
*Dover Transport Museum: Free Family Entry
*DSSmith Paper Mill Kemsley: £20 Amazon Voucher
*Ashford Picture House: Free yearly membership
*Docker Brewery and Bakehouse: 2 Loaves and 2 Pints (The Goods Shed Canterbury)
*Dickens house Museum: Family entry ticket
*Dickens House Museum: Family Entry ticket
*Conningbrook Lakes Sailing: Dinghy sailing taster session (min age 8)
*Cinque Ports Sailing: Yacht Sailing taster session for one adult
*Brogdale Collections: Family Entry to the National Apple Festival in October
* Chimera Climbing: Free climbing session for 2 people including shoe hire
* Rare Breeds Center: Family Entry Ticket
Through a special arrangement with CRUK, donations to this page will be used to support research into bladder cancer and prostate cancer.
More prizes to follow