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Evening of fun and entertainment to see in the new year at Wetherden

PUBLISHED: 07:04 10 December 2017 | UPDATED: 07:37 10 December 2017

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Villagers in Wetherden will be able to see in the new year at the village hall with a variety of entertainers for adults and children.

The evening is being organised by the Stow Hundreds with a night of original music and entertainment starting at 8.30pm.

It includes Fishclaw, an instrumental seven-piece group based in Colchester, featuring accordion, fiddle/mandolin, guitar, double bass, whistle/flute, bodhrán and drums and they will also have a caller for a ceilidh.

This year they performed at Latitude, Brentwood Festival and were the closing band at Swanfest.

There will also be Dan the Hat, a master of improvisation, comedy and juggling skills, and Justin Appleyard, a multi-skilled entertainer who juggles, unicycles and does balloon modelling who will be starting the night.

It costs £10 for adults, £6 concessions, under 12s £4 and under 5s £1.

For more information call 01359 240724.

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