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TV PRODUCER AND SHIP'S DOCTOR TALK TO RAISE MONEY FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES

TV PRODUCER AND SHIP'S DOCTOR TALK TO RAISE MONEY FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES

Tickets are still available for the next big fund-raising event for BSR : a talk on the making of the Channel 4 show, Mutiny, by TV producer David Dugan and ship's doctor, Dr Luke Kane. This will be in the Village Hall on Friday 23rd June at 7.30 pm.

Channel 4's Mutiny placed nine men in an open boat to follow Captain William Bligh's 4000 mile voyage across the Pacific Ocean after the Mutiny on the Bounty. This was an epic test of endurance that not everyone completed. Using behind-the-scenes film clips and highlights from the series,  David and Luke will tell the story of how this challenging TV series was made. Tickets at 10 each are available at the Village Shop, and all money raised will go towards educational projects for Syrian refugees in Jordan.

Also that same weekend will be another fund-raiser for BSR. 50% of the proceeds of the Summer Concert to be held at St Agatha's Church on Sunday June 25th will go to the group, which is now registering as a charity.

f you'd like to know more, email Helenconnor21@btinternet. com or Annlinton1@hotmail.co.uk

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