17 June, 2018
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
What better way to spend a Summer Sunday than in the most stunning garden of Rowley Grange with views of the castle in the distance, while enjoying easy-listening jazz, accompanied by a bowl of scrumptious strawberries and cream!
The Lawley Wade Quinet will be providing music from the American Songbook.
If you’re struggling to find a present for Father’s Day and your Dad loves jazz -what a great way to spend a family day!
- All monies raised from the day will go to Dorothy House Hospice and your support make a real difference to patients and their families.
- Please bring a folding chair (or similar)
- Tea, coffee, soft drinks and cakes will be available to purchase on the day
- Sorry – strictly no dogs allowed!
Terms and conditions
These booking terms and conditions apply to everyone who attends the Dorothy House Hospice Care (DHHC) event
These terms and conditions contain important information regarding attendance and upon entry you must agree to and accept these terms and conditions on behalf of yourself and/or group.
Please note that photography and filming for publicity purposes will take place throughout the event. By taking part in this event you authorise the future use of your picture for publicity purposes.
The entry fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Children aged 16 years and under must be accompanied by a paying adult who will be responsible for their safety throughout the event.
There is a small amount of gravel that could prove difficult for a wheelchair. If in doubt please contact DHHC prior to booking.
DHHC reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone under the influence of alcohol.
Due to the nature of the British weather, please bring suitable clothing including waterproofs/umbrellas (taking care not to block the view of audience members please)
In no event shall DHHC be liable for any injuries, loss or damages whatsoever, including indirect, punitive, special, incidental or consequential losses connected with any aspect of this event.
If you have any questions about the event please contact Yvonne Brunton DHHC on 01225 721480.