Oct 262011
 

Once again we’re approaching Cannon Ball time.  In fact it’s on Saturday 19th November 2011.  OK, so actually it’s only the second one but we’re hoping it’s going to become an institution!

Last years Cannon Ball was a great success in spite of the snow and temperatures hitting -13°C.  We’re still amazed that so many of you turned up anyway and we all had a fantastic night.  Of course we’re not offended that many ticket holders didn’t come, we certainly don’t blame you!  Maybe you’d like to come this year?  Our two supported charities  ‘Challenge ahead’ and ‘Christow Acorn Community Support’ benefited from our efforts and your support.

Our charity for this year is Hannahs at Seale-Hayne who provide education, therapy, care and respite for children and young people with profound physical disabilities.  100% of the profit from the evening will go to these guys to continue their work bringing the place back to life.  They are doing an awesome job so far and it’s great to have a chance to muck in with them.  We played at their ‘Summer Duck Ball’ this year and the dance floor was full all night so we’re hoping to attract some of you guys back again!

We’ll be in the newly refurbished Yellow Room at Seale-Hayne, complete with nice stage, full bar, comfy chairs and some great music.  So bring your happy face, your dancing shoes and all your friends and family!

Tickets are priced at £12.50 each or £45 for 4.  They are available from our website (we’re sorry there is an online booking fee, it’s not us!),  Seale Hayne reception (01626 325800) or any band member (with no booking fee!).  Food is included in the price!  You’ll get a burger and chips or jacket potato, cheese and beans.

You can also stay over if you’d like?  Basic single rooms are available at a bargain £20.  Please call the venue direct to arrange these on 01626 325800.

Please do come and support us again this year, it’ll be great to see you all there.

Come and get your tickets here http://www.loose-cannons.co.uk/loose_cannons/the_cannon_ball_2011.php, from Seale-Hayne or any of the guys.

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