Pamperglamp to raise funds for charity

By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 09 June 2014 Updated: 10/06 14:21

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GLAMOROUS camping will be on offer for the second year running at an event to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

The Pamperglamp event at Camp Blossom near Ullenhall features a beauty marquee, burlesque dancing, street dancing, Irish bingo and afternoon tea.

A total of 20 live bands and singers will be performing on an outside stage on June 14 in the day and in the large barn at night while England's first World Cup match will be shown live in a marquee.

Gates open at 11am for campers and 1pm for everyone else. Visit www.pamperglamp.co.uk to book or those who are not camping can pay on the gate.

For more information or to get involved, e-mail kfoort@aol.com or call 07831 447682.

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