A BARN dance with a wild west theme will be held to help a Hampshire charity. 

Organised by the Boaz Project, a farm-based project near Sutton Scotney for adults with learning disabilities, the event will take place on Saturday, February 10 at Littleton Memorial Hall.

With live music from Fiddler on the Hoof ceilidh band and caller, dancing starts from 6.30pm. Fancy dress is encouraged.

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Project manager Stuart Palmer said: “There will be something for everyone, a great fiddle band, games, grand raffle, a tombola and a two-course meal. A great way to liven up a February night. Groups are welcome.”

Tickets cost £20 per person, including a buffet meal with a vegetarian option. All the money raised will support the local charity which aims to provide a brighter future for people with learning disabilities.

Activities include growing plants, animal care, woodwork, craft and cookery. The project is based at Hill Farm. 

Tickets are available from Eventbrite: shorturl.at/agrFU.