Social club marks refurbishment with a fun day

FUN CLUB: Sue Mansell-Nicklin preparing the club for the fun day. 281434L

FUN CLUB: Sue Mansell-Nicklin preparing the club for the fun day. 281434L

First published in News Kidderminster Shuttle: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

A KIDDERMINSTER social club is holding a fun day to mark the refurbishment of its function room.

St George’s Social Club, in Radford Avenue, is also celebrating its 40th anniversary year and will give the money raised from the day to the Royal British Legion.

Featuring in the fun day, on Saturday from 2pm, will be a variety of tombolas, face painting, refreshments, stalls and the chance to win free room hire for a day.

The club is also holding a cash raffle with prizes of £75, £50, £25, £10 and £5, as well as hosting a magician who will be performing at the fun day between 4pm and 6pm.

As part of the refurbishment, the club has installed new tables and chairs and new flooring and has been redecorated throughout.

Sue Mansell-Nicklin, club treasurer and entertainment officer, said: “We have spent over £10,000 on the whole room so that it appeals to all types of functions, giving it great versatility.”

To mark the fun day and recent refurbishment, the club is offering half-price membership this weekend.

Mrs Mansell-Nicklin said: “Being a Member of St George’s Social Club entitles you to use the club facilities any time for yourself and your children. We have a great family atmosphere."

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7:45pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Howard Jones says...

St George’s Social Club, in Radford Avenue, is also celebrating its 40th anniversary year and will give the money raised from the day to the Royal British Legion.
Mrs Mansell-Nicklin said: “Being a Member of St George’s Social Club entitles you to use the club facilities any time for yourself and your children. We have a great family atmosphere."

Unfortunately, the section above was not printed in the article in today's Shuttle, leaving the identity of the club unknown.
St George’s Social Club, in Radford Avenue, is also celebrating its 40th anniversary year and will give the money raised from the day to the Royal British Legion. Mrs Mansell-Nicklin said: “Being a Member of St George’s Social Club entitles you to use the club facilities any time for yourself and your children. We have a great family atmosphere." Unfortunately, the section above was not printed in the article in today's Shuttle, leaving the identity of the club unknown. Howard Jones
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