Barnardo's Bury St Edmunds 'Tennis in Tiaras' day

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In celebration of our Patron, the Queen's 90th birthday and Barnardo's 150th anniversary, we are holding a mass tennis morning followed by lunch near Bury St Edmunds. We would love it if you could join us...with your tiara of course!

In the meantime we have some great auction items to tempt you:

2 centre court tickets for The Queens Club Tournament on Tuesday 14th June with members enclosure badges.

4 Coldplay tickets at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday 15th June.

A Wimbledon T-shirt signed by Serena Williams and Martina Navratilova.
£ 110
2 Wimbledon tickets for Saturday July 2nd
£ 170
2 Queens Tennis Tournament tickets June 14th 2016
£ 50
Cheveley Park Stud-Private Tour for four
£ 40
Wimbledon T-shirt signed by Serena and Martina
£ 310
4 Coldplay tickets at Wembley Stadium 15/6/16
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