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It's been confirmed — Junior Tennis are hosting "Friday at the Flacca" at 6pm this Friday 24th June!
BBQ profits will be used to support this very worthy young team.
For members of Sport Tattenhall, together with families and friends, "Friday at the Flacca" has become a great institution!
Committed Flacca-ites appreciate that these events provide a very relaxed, usually alfresco opportunity in which to enjoy an early evening drink and BBQ, while the kids burn off some energy playing informal games and hanging out on the cricket field (but not on Brian's treasured square, thank you very much!).
Accompanied by the spectacle of the sun setting over Bolesworth Castle, what better way can there be to catch up with everyone? (our thanks to Keith Titchener for another stunning photograph).
Future "Friday at the Flacca" Dates are as follows:
* 22nd July (amended date)
* 9th September
So, please come this Friday 24th June and the later dates, join in the fun, raise your glasses (and some money for a worthy cause) — let's hope the weather holds but remember that children, beer and Prosecco must be supervised at all times!
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