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Arlington’s to host Remembrance Day tea dance

PUBLISHED: 13:44 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 13:44 08 November 2017

A previous tea dance at Arlingtons for the Tea Leaf Vision charity, working in Sri Lanka

A previous tea dance at Arlingtons for the Tea Leaf Vision charity, working in Sri Lanka

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An Ipswich brasserie is to host an afternoon tea dance to remember the fallen this Remembrance Sunday.

The event will take place at Arlington’s between 3 and 6pm on November 12 and will pay tribute to and remember those who have sacrificed their lives whilst celebrating their bravery.

The Joy Spring Jazz Quartet will be playing live music throughout the afternoon. The Arlington’s speciality afternoon tea will also be served with unlimited tea and coffee being served during the event.

Attendees are asked to wear their most fabulous attire for the event with prizes on offer for the best dancer of the afternoon.

There will also be a raffle with proceeds from the event going to the Royal British Legion.

Organisers are also offering £5 off the entrance fee to serving and ex soldiers.

Tickets for the dance can be purchased over the phone or behind the bar at Arlington’s, on Museum Street.

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