Party In Paradise Square for the S6 Foodbank - Hosted by The Milestone Group

8th May 2019

We're celebrating the fantastic S6 Foodbank by throwing a live music party this coming Bank Holiday.

Craft & Dough, Campo Lane will be hosting our family friendly event, with 6 live music acts between 12pm and 8pm on Monday May 27th. This event is completely free! All we ask is that you bring a long life food item, a toiletry item or an item of clothing to donate whilst you visit. We'll have a magician on site to keep guests amused between acts, and we'll be offering up double donations from Craft & Dough, Kelham Island and The Milestone as well as Craft & Dough Campo Lane for the duration of Bank Holiday Monday. Line up to follow soon! Feel free to make reservations for brunch, lunch or dinner via the Craft & Dough website - www.craftanddough.co.uk/locations

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