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Local charity to host Dirty Dancing film night in the woods

PUBLISHED: 15:16 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:15 31 July 2018

Local charity Moth in a China Shop is holding it's fourth Film in a Wood, showing Dirty Dancing on Saturday 1st September. Pictured are Harry Gooderham and Tamzin Steggles. Picture: Ian Burt

Local charity Moth in a China Shop is holding it's fourth Film in a Wood, showing Dirty Dancing on Saturday 1st September. Pictured are Harry Gooderham and Tamzin Steggles. Picture: Ian Burt

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A local charity is hosting a film in a wood night to raise money in memory of a keen sportsman who died aged just 21.

Arthur Mason was killed in a fatal accident on his family farm in Fincham, near Swaffham in 2014 and the charity Moth in a China Shop was set up in his memory to help others directly involved in sports and health.

This year will be the charity’s fourth film night and will see Dirty Dancing played in a private 40 acre wood near Swaffham on Saturday September 1.

Those attending will be able to enjoy a BBQ, beer tent and prosecco and can also camp in the wood for £5 per pitch per night.

Tickets for the event at Larchwood, Beachamwell cost £10 per adult and under 15’s can enter for free.

To purchase tickets, visit www.mrhughs.co.uk.

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