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What to do for New Year’s Eve

Two women toast as fireworks explode during an outside party in Berlin's Kreuzberg district to celebrate the New Year on January 1, 2010. AFP PHOTO DDP / TIMUR EMEK GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read TIMUR EMEK/AFP/Getty Images)

Two women toast as fireworks explode during an outside party in Berlin's Kreuzberg district to celebrate the New Year on January 1, 2010. AFP PHOTO DDP / TIMUR EMEK GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read TIMUR EMEK/AFP/Getty Images)

There are parties all over the district such as the one at Spalding Grammar School in aid of St Barnabas Hospice (7.30pm).

There are also parties at the United Services Club, Holbeach (8pm) for over-18s with dancing to The John Stevens Disco; the Lamb & Flag, Whaplode with the Mad Soundz Karaoke (8.30pm); karaoke at Anchor Inn, Sutton Bridge (8pm); South Holland Centre, Spalding (7.30pm); Springfields Event Centre with Take That 2 (7.30pm) – includes a three-course dinner and tickets are £36; the Burtey Fen Collection, Pinchbeck (7.30pm) with organist Chris Powell – tickets cost £10 and include refreshments; a James Bond themed casino party with rhythm and blues band at The Centre, Elsea Park, Bourne (8pm) – tickets cost £25; and Lighthouse Pentecostal Church, Spalding, followed by worship (11pm).

START THE NEW YEAR... with a walk

Spalding Ramblers will be meeting at The Vista in Spalding (10am) for a short walk, ideal for anyone new to rambling, as part of its Festival of Winter Walks. Further details on 767882

 

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