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GO BANANAZ AT CHARITY BINGO

Willowbrook Hospice Fundraising Team is excited to announce the return of Bananaz Bingo – a wild night of bingo with a Hawaiian twist.
Following the success of the first bananaz back in April, bingo-goers are welcomed to join the team at Rainhill Ex Services Club on 12 October, to experience what is set to be a crazy night of fun and dancing mixed with the traditional elements of bingo.
Melissa Kenny, community fundraising officer for Willowbrook Hospice, said: “Everyone at the first Bananaz had such a great time that they were asking when the next one was going to be! Bananaz is a great night out for anyone who ‘up for a laugh’. 
Tickets cost £15 including bingo books, pens and a glass of prosecco ring 01744 453798 or email events@willowbrookhospice.org.uk

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