12:05 Tuesday 05 November 2013

Dance the afternoon away in Little Downham this Sunday

Written byJORDAN DAY

From left: Dulcie Wharton, Valerie Marshall, Jeanette Moser-Bardouleau and Peggy Rose are gearing up for the event. From left: Dulcie Wharton, Valerie Marshall, Jeanette Moser-Bardouleau and Peggy Rose are gearing up for the event.

Don your vintage hats and enjoy an afternoon of music in Little Downham.

The village hall is being transformed into an Old Tyme Music Hall on Sunday where a variety of singers and musicians will be performing.

The event starts at 3pm and will be raising money for the village hall development fund.

Revellers are invited to dress in Victorian or Edwardian attire plus there will be a prize for the best Victorian/Edwardian style hat.

Among those donning their glad rags for the occasion will be Dulcie Wharton, Valerie Marshall, Jeanette Moser-Bardouleau and Peggy Rose, pictured.

Tickets are £3 for adults, free for children, and are available on the door. Alternatively, call Patti on (01353) 699575 or Alan on (01353) 698483.

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