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Fireworks, Mulled Wine and Roast Hog at Compton Scorpion Manor

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Saturday 25th October 2008. 6pm to 9pm – Fireworks at 7.30pm. Compton Scorpion Manor,
Compton Scorpion, Nr. Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4PJ
By kind permission of Mr and Mrs Andrew Knight. All ticket money will go to the following three charities:- Shipston Home Nursing, The Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy and Campaign to Protect Rural England Warwickshire.

Minimum Donation £15.00 (all inclusive) for adults, children 5 to 15 £5.00. Tickets available in advance only, before 17th October. No entry without ticket. Bring a torch and warm clothes.

“Fireworks” Estate Office, Compton Scorpion
Near Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire CV36 4PJ
Telephone 01608 662567
Fax 01608 663415
Cheques payable to “Compton Scorpion Estate”

Shipston Home Nursing – Hospice at Home in Shipston, Wellesbourne and Kineton.
www.shipstonhomenursing.co.ukThe aim of Shipston Home Nursing is to allow the patient and their family to remain at home until death occurs, working closely in a professional and caring manner with the other health professional involved in their care.
The Charity was launched in June 1997 and up to Spring 2007 they had nursed 252 patients in Shipston, Kineton, Wellesbourne and the surrounding areas.
Shipston Home nursing provides palliative care through its team of professional nurses.

www.shipstonhomenursing.co.uk

The Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

The Jennifer Trust for Spinal Muscular Atrophy is the only national charity in the UK dedicated both to supporting people affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), and investing in essential research into causes, treatments and eventually a cure for the condition.
SMA is a condition that affects the nerves in an area of the spinal cord called the anterior horn. These nerve cells become damaged, breaking the link between the brain and the muscles. As a result, the muscles can’t be used and become wasted or atrophied.

www.jtsma.org.uk

Campaign to Protect Rural England Warwickshire
http://www.cprewarwickshire.org.uk/The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is a national charity that helps people to protect their local contryside where there is a threat, to enhance it where there is opportunity, and to keep it beautiful, productive and enjoyable for everyone.
The 43 County Branches are independent charities run by their own executive committee.
The Warwickshire CPRE Branch covers the countryside of Warwickshire and the interests of people in Solihull, Coventry, Birmingham, Nuneaton, Rugby, Warwick, Leamington, Stratford-on-Avon and other towns.

www.cprewarwickshire.org.uk

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