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Live in the Park

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Arley Hall and Gardens
Northwich
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The Neuromuscular Centre’s annual ‘Live in the Park’ music and picnic concert is set against the stunning backdrop of Arley Hall.

Bring a picnic and relax in the grounds, which are open from 5pm. There will be a variety of catering outlets available on site, including a licensed bar.

The evening will be brought to a close in spectacular fashion with an amazing firework display.

All of the profits from this event will go to The NeuroMuscular Centre (reg charity 1023606) in Winsford, which helps people with muscular dystrophy.

Call the ticket hotline 01565 777353

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