Dig out your 1930s and 1940s outfits and get ready for a swing night in Spalding.
The 1930s/40s swing night is taking place at South Holland Centre in the town on Saturday, April 23 (7pm for 7.30pm).
The function, a gala dinner and live entertainment, is raising money for one of Britain’s oldest military charities, SSAFA (Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association).
The entertainment will be provided by Dennis George – otherwise known as Spalding town centre manager Dennis Hannant – and Sara Hawkes, and the live music will add the swing to the 30s/40s theme.
Tickets cost £27, which includes a three-course meal and the live entertainment.
Dress code for gentlemen is black tie and formal for women, though if you really want to get into the swing of the evening 1930s or 1940s clothing would be perfect.
Tickets are available from Dennis Hannant on 01775 766729, Diane Walker on 01775 723661 or Alan Cole on 07903 873014.
• As the UK’s oldest military charity, SSAFA provides committed, practical and lifelong support to veterans and their families.
Families with service connections who need support can receive more information by contacting 0115 957 3289 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org