Who cares for the far ME r?
A laugh and a hog to better health
With comedian John Ryan entertaining us through the evening, our hope is that we will lift the January blues and leave with a little spring in our step.Laughing is a great prescription to help boost our mood, so what better way to get through the difficult month that January can be.Add into the mix a hog roast, a Beeston Brewery pint and a good old yarn, and you could almost have the perfect evening.
But we’ll leave that for you to decide
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