Join us to celebrate the end of Running home 2019 with live music from rising star Ellyn Oliver and band (as heard on BBC Radio), and ceilidh dance the night away with Fiddle Me Timbers!
We’re marking the end of an epic adventure – Running home – with Mark Calder from Embrace, who by the time of the ceilidh will have run 14 ultramarathon pilgrimages across Scotland and the north of England. He’s been raising urgently-needed money for Iraqi Christians helping fellow Iraqi refugees return home and rebuild their lives after war.
Doors will open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start.
A collection will be taken in aid of Running home.
There will be food in the form of late evening stovies – plus a cash bar.
Catch a glimpse of Ellyn on her YouTube channel: https://ellynoliver.com/youtube/
Find out more about Running Home: www.runninghome2019.co.uk
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