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Mayor of Redbridge good old Cockney knees up and sing-along to raise funds for ELHAP

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 October 2018

Pianist Tom Carradine will be entertaining the crowd on the old Joanna and inviting people to join in with Cockney songs from the music hall era at the Mayor of Redbridge's good old Cockney knees up.

Pianist Tom Carradine will be entertaining the crowd on the old Joanna and inviting people to join in with Cockney songs from the music hall era at the Mayor of Redbridge's good old Cockney knees up.

Photo supplied by Tom Carradine

Fancy joining in with some songs on the old Joanna and some pie and mash whilst raising money for charity?

A flyer for the event.A flyer for the event.

The Mayor of Redbridge will be hosting a good old Cockney knees up and sing-along to raise money for ELHAP.

Back by popular demand musical director and pianist Tom Carradine will be entertaining the crowd on the old Joanna and inviting people to join in with Cockney songs from the music hall era.

All funds raised will go to the mayor’s charity, which this year is ELHAP - the adventure playground in Woodford Green that is specially built for children and young people with disabilities.

The centre is one of only eight specialist adventure playgrounds in the UK, with climbing frames, ziplines, and plenty of outdoor challenges.

Tickets for the event are £18 and include either fish and chips or pie and mash (with a vegetarian alternative) and you can bring your own drinks and nibbles.

The knees up will take place on Friday, November 2 at 7.30 pm in Sir James Hawkey Hall, Broomhill Road, Woodford Green.

To buy tickets e-mail redbridgemayorsappeal@hotmail.com or maryallen43@btinternet.com or call Bob Singh on 07985 161112.

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