We’re trying to identify some events that are coming up that people can support or participate in. The biggest of these is taking place on Day 73, Saturday 31 May. In fact there are two social events taking place on Sat 31 May – one is an English Country Dance in Bletchingdon Village Hall. Starting at 8pm and finishing at 11pm, the caller for the evening is Richard Ford. Tickets are £3 on the door and you bring your own drink and refreshments.
If country dancing isn’t your thing, we have a second offer, the party night to end all party nights is taking place at Oxford Sports and Social Club (Directions to OSSC can be found here).
For the meagre fee of £10 for adults and £7 for children, you can enjoy 4 hours of live music, DJs, food and dancing in this legendary venue, safe in the knowledge that you are having a good time *and* contributing to covering the legal costs required to get #JusticeforLB. This is a night where everyone is welcome, a night for all ages… fun, celebration and the odd bus. You never know you might even get to hear Divine Comedy National Express that is now firmly associated with LB in all our minds.
STOP PRESS: PARTY NIGHT IS TONIGHT AND TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR – COME ALONG IF YOU’RE AVAILABLE
You can buy a ticket in one of three ways:
- Pay by bank transfer into the Fighting Fund account: Sort code 08-92-99 Account No. 65698046 and then email Becca
- Pay by Paypal by transferring funds to LB’s Fighting Fund account: LBFightingFund@gmail.com and then email Becca
- Buy tickets for cash in person (people/locations tbc)
If you are buying your tickets online (options 1 or 2) please can you include your Surname and the word Party in your transfer details, so that we can match your purchase to your email to Becca who will allocate your tickets for collection on the door.
There are already many awesome people that we need to thank for volunteering their services and skills to make this night happen. Our thanks go to:
Jenny O’Loughlin, General Manager, OSSC
NansforJustice who have covered the cost of the room hire
Vic, Sam and Trev from Identica who designed the best tickets ever after researching London Transport with superb attention to detail
LNS Print for printing the tickets for free
Alan, the bacon and egg bap man from outside Oxford station for providing the nosh.
Don’t delay, get booking your tickets today. Thank you.
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