Time to Rev Up Your Go-Karts

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), September 27, 2005 | Go to article overview

Time to Rev Up Your Go-Karts


A wacky race is being organised to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

The Go Karting Endurance Challenge is a two and a half hour race taking place at Warden Law, Houghton-le-Spring on Sunday, November 27. Teams of five sponsored individuals are invited to take part. Call 0191 382 3311 for more information and an application pack.

Charity fun day

A CHARITY day to raise money for the Butterwick Hospice and Barnardos will be held at the Little Ladybirds Day Nursery, Falcon Court, Preston Industrial Estate, Stockton, on Saturday. The event, which will include a sponsored toddle, bouncy castle and tombola, will run from 10.30am to 2pm. Call 01642 614020.

Silver concert

A CONCERT by the Northallerton Silver Band on Friday, October 14, at 7.30pm in the Hambleton Forum will commemorate the 60th anniversary of VE/VJ Day. Tickets are pounds 4, pounds 3 concessions, from Northallerton Books in Barker's Arcade or the Hambleton Bookshop in Thirsk.

Garden club change

IAN Lacey, of Houghall Agricultural College, Durham, will be the speaker at the next meeting of Sedgefield Garden Society on Tuesday, October 4, in Sedgefield's Ceddesfeld Hall at 7.30pm. This is a change to the published programme.

Come and join us

VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help with reserve management work at Portrack Marsh in Stockton. …

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