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Newham charity for the elderly holds gala dinner

09:34 19 August 2014

A Newham charity set up to support isolated elderly people is organising a gala dinner and evening of entertainment.

Ekta is holding the event on Saturday, September 13, to raise money for the service which provides a network of care groups for Asian pensioners.

Singers have been invited to liven-up the evening and all proceeds will go towards the project’s transport costs and health activities.

The event is being held at VHP Hall, Cleveland Rd, Ilford and will take place from 6.30 to 11.00pm.

Tickets are by donation of £15.

For tickets and other information please contact Santosh on 0779 081 9944 or Kala on 020 8514 5221.

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