Go clubbing or ten-pin bowling to help heroes

Alley Catz in Spalding will host a 24-hour bowlathon beginning on Sunday at noon.
Alley Catz in Spalding will host a 24-hour bowlathon beginning on Sunday at noon.
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LOADED Nightclub and Alley Catz Bowling Alley in Spalding tonight launch a weekend of events and themed nights for the Help for Heroes charity.

It will feature three military-themed nights at the nightclub and finish with a sponsored 24-hour bowlathon by the bowling alley staff.

Whilst the Bowlathon is taking place (from noon on Sunday) all shoe hire rentals (at £1.25) will be donated to the cause.

With valid identification, anyone in the armed forces receives 20 per cent off pool, bowling and drinks at Alley Catz over the weekend.

General manager James Holland said: “Here at Alley Catz and Loaded we just wanted to do something to simply raise money in support for this fantastic charity while providing great entertainment and fun.”

Loaded Nightclub’s venue will be transformed into combat décor, serving military orientated drink promotions.

Fifty per cent of pre-sold ticket sales and 100 per cent of VIP ticket sales will go to the charity (buy at www.loadednightclub.co.uk/tickets).

All additional donations made through army-clad shot girls and wristband sales will go to the charity which provides direct and practical support, primarily to those wounded in current conflicts.

Tickets are currently on sale from £7, with private tables and booths available from £75–£250 per party. Nightclub goers who sport military fancy dress will receive their first drink free with entry before midnight and those serving in the armed forces are welcomed with free entry and their first drink free on presentation of valid armed forces identification.