Get wet in the name of a worthy cause
PACK your towels for a charity event in Bishop's Cleeve this evening.
A dunk tank is among the many attractions that will keep you entertained at the Kings Head pub.
The fun-filled family evening has been organised by Gary David who wants to raise both money and awareness of charity, LINC – the Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy fund.
It is a cause close to Gary's heart after 24-year-old daughter Sophie, was diagnosed with leukaemia in June.
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"We want to raise as much money as possible," Gary, who lives in Cleeve, said. "The support that we have had whilst organising the event has been incredible, some fantastic auction and raffle prizes have been donated and also the support from Rachel Baird, landlady and her team at The Kings Head has been brilliant.
"Not only are we going to raise a lot of money but it will be a great evening including music from Firefly and entertainment for all the family."
The event begins at 5pm with a barbecue, followed by an auction at 7.30pm.
Auction items include two club tickets for Cheltenham Races – excluding the festival – an England rugby shirt signed by Steve Thompson and a hot air balloon ride donated by Andrew Baird. You even have the chance to try out shooting at the Ian Coley Shooting School.
There's also a selection of Harry Potter memorabilia including original film negatives and framed pictures.
A raffle will take place during the course of the evening with 32 prizes. They include shopping vouchers and meals at local restaurants.
You can also take part in adult sumo wrestling or relax with live music.
All profits from the event will be given to LINC, who provide support for people with cancer and their families.