Get on board with darts event

By Connie Osborne Friday 11 April 2014 Updated: 11/04 09:37

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Buy photos » Mitchell Ferris, committee member for the Abbeydale Social Club, and fund-raiser Clare Holder are on target to raise funds for families with sick children. Picture by Marcus Mingins 1514022MMR

RESIDENTS are invited to get on board with a darts event to raise funds for accommodation for parents with sick children.

The fun day which will be held next Saturday (April 19) at Abbeydale Social Club and will include a knock out competition for experienced players or those who just want to give it a go.

From 3pm competitors can pay £2 to join the tournament and a cash prize will be given to finalists.

A bouncy castle, cupcake sale, guess the amount of balloons in the monster truck and hot food will also be on offer, while a a signed shirt by darts professional Terry Jenkins will also be up for auction.

A disco and singer will take guests on into the evening, as well as an Elvis Presley tribute act.

Entry costs £2 and all the money raised on the day will go towards the Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham, which looks after families of children being treated at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

Clare Holder, who is helping to organise the event after her friends Michelle and Wayne Southall lost their daughter to leukaemia, said: “I recently visited the Ronald McDonald House in Birmingham and it really is a truly wonderful facility helping families through some incredibly difficult times.

“This is a charity that is very close to Michelle, Wayne and their families and we all wish that you help and support us with what promises to be a wonderful, day and evening.”

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