By Euro Weekly News Media • 21 April 2011 • 9:38
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THE ROYAL WEDDING is just about upon us and to celebrate the occasion many street parties and pubs and restaurants in the area are gearing up for the big day. It’s estimated by British media that more than two-billion people will tune in to watch the ceremony as Kate and Wills tie the knot.
With idea of making it a real part day for residents, Rojales Town Hall have organised a Royal Weddings Day and are also helping Paul Cunningham Nurses to raise a few euros for their very worthwhile cause.
The action all takes place in Rojales Market Square on Friday 29th April.
There will be music all day, a model Bride and Groom, classic cars from Noche del Coche, a children’s tea party, a fashion show, live music and entertainment from 11am until late.
Add to that dozens of market stalls, International food, wine tasting, tapas, paella, a penalty shoot out, a human fruit machine and lots more.
However the best laid plans can sometimes not be, and Paul Cunning Nurses are sending out a SOS message looking for their own Knight in Shinning Armour to help them out with the big event.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, they are now in need of a company or person who can hep them with a Satellite set up to allow the projection of the Royal Wedding onto a big screen, so that everyone present can enjoy the moment together.
If any local business can help out and benefit from oodles of publicity for helping this great cause, please contact Linda on 966 716 919.
All proceeds from the event will go to Paul Cunningham Nurses, to allow them to continue with their invaluable service in the local community! If you’d like to be part of the fun and games, for just €8 per metre, you can book a stall at what promises to be a fantastic day out for all the family; but please book as soon as possible because pitches are going fast! Call 639 318 526 NOW to book, email [email protected] or call Linda on 966 716 919.
By Keith Nicol
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