Weekend of fun in March to help Scotty’s Little Soldiers

Scotty's Little Soldiers celebrate raising one million pounds since the charity started in August 2010. Charity founder Nikki Scott ENGANL00120131031100141
Scotty's Little Soldiers celebrate raising one million pounds since the charity started in August 2010. Charity founder Nikki Scott ENGANL00120131031100141
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A weekend of family fun and entertainment is being planned in March in aid of armed forces charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers.

March Conservative Club is hosting the event next Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 14-16.

The venue is holding a family disco from 7pm on the Friday, with music for all ages and a bar available. Entry is £3 for adults and free for children.

Its popular casino night returns on the Saturday from 7pm, with an entrance free of £5 giving you £5 worth of chips to start you off.

The fundraising continues on the Sunday with a family fun day from 10am.

There will be a barbecue, with games for the children and bowls, darts, snooker and pool for the adults.

All money raised will be donated to Scotty’s Little Soldiers, which supports the children of men and women killed whilst serving with the British Armed Forces.

It was set up five years ago by Fenland woman Nikki Scott after her husband Corporal Lee Scott was killed in Afghanistan in July 2009, leaving behind her and their two young children.

The event is open to both club members and non-members.