Nous organisons une soirée bingo & Saucisses/Purée le samedi 27 avril à la Salle des Fêtes de Saint-Germain-le-Guillaume à partir de 19h.
Il y aura 3 fabuleux prix par tirage de BINGO offerts par des entreprises locales, vous pouvez apporter votre Gri-Gri porte-bonheur si vous le souhaitez!
Les billets coûtent 18 € par personne et incluent 6 jeux BINGO, Saucisses/Purée, 1 boisson et un pudding mystère! Vous pouvez acheter le ticket uniquement pour le repas pour 10€ par personne. Les tickets de Bingo pourront être achetés le soir même à 3€ la partie.
Uniquement sur réservation, appelez Jenny au 02 43 02 96 35 ou email email@example.com.
Un grand merci à la boucherie d’Elliott à Gorron d’avoir fourni leurs délicieuses saucisses maison pour cet événement. Ce sont des bouchers anglais traditionnels qui achètent toute leur viande localement en France mais la travaille à la méthode Anglaise et Française !. En plus des saucisses, ils vendent également du bacon salé, du boudin noir, des haggis et une gamme de tartes, pâtés et roulés à la saucisse.
Des boissons seront disponibles à l’achat au bar.
Règlement du jeux :
- Les annonces des numéros seront en anglais et en français
- Il y aura 6 grilles par joueur.
- Il y aura 3 gagnants par partie : 1 gagnant pour 1 ligne complète 1 gagnant pour 2 lignes complètes 1 gagnant pour le carton plein
- Le carton sera contrôlé afin de vérifier que tout les numéros ont été tirés
Les prix à gagner :
Il y aura également un tirage au sort dont le gagnant remportera 2 nuits en tente au Safari Camping de la Fortiniere et une bouteille de vin de Saumur ! Prix du ticket : 5€.
We will be holding a bingo & bangers and mash night on Saturday 27th April in the Salle des Fêtes in Saint-Germain-le-Guillaume from 7pm.
There will be 3 fabulous prizes per BINGO game from local businesses and you are welcome to bring your own lucky dabber if you wish!
Tickets are €18 per person & include 6 BINGO games, bangers & mash, 1 drink & a pudding. Or you meal only ticket for €10 per person. Bingo games can be bought on the night for €3 per game.
You can buy tickets from Grande Daze, by phoning 02 43 90 75 83 or emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
A big thank you to Elliott’s boucherie in Gorron for supplying their delicious, homemade sausages for this event. They are a traditional English butchers who source all their meat locally in France but butcher it both the English and French ways. Along with sausages they also sell dry cured bacon, black-pudding, haggis and a range of tasty pies, pasties and sausage rolls.
Drinks will be available to purchase at the bar.
- Calling will be in English & French.
- Each game will have 3 winners: 1 line, 2 lines & House.
- There will be 6 games in total.
- Winners will be verified against numbers that have been called!
We will also be drawing the winner of our raffle. €5 per ticket to win 2 nights in Camping la Fortiniere‘s Safari Tent & a bottle of Saumur wine to sip in it!
Some of our rescue animals require more rehabilitation than others. Lucka was one who needed a lot of “therapy” in the form of love, trust building, and patience. When we found Lucka she was lying on a pallet, her companion dead next to her, having been poisoned, possibly by their owners. We believe them to have been hunting dogs who were now no longer needed or who had not been good enough at hunting. Denise, one of our volunteers, and I carried Lucka to my van and rushed her to the vet where she was operated on. It was a dangerous operation as the poison in her blood meant it wouldn’t clot but our incredible vets saved her life. We cannot thank Julie enough for taking her on and supporting her in every way possible from day one. A truly special adopted mum for a truly special rescue dog.
Lucka is a special girl. The first time I saw Lucka was shocking, she was lying in her bed, so thin and hardly moving. Honestly I wouldn’t have been shocked if this little girl hadn’t made it. Anita did her thing and, although much better, Lucka was still so afraid of all people and couldn’t even look at a man when she arrived home.
Things that she was afraid of sent her running for her life; picking up a broom or shovel had her cowering, raised voices could cause her to pee, any threat caused her to shake in terror. Today, after 4 years, she is a slightly over weight, sometimes bossy to our other girl GSD, but a happy member of our family. The dog who was so afraid of a broom helps muck out the horse (so helpful 5 dogs getting in your way!), but for me having Lucka moving in and out around a pitchfork is a joy. Although still afraid of strangers she is improving all the time. Lucka will be nervous all her life, I am sure of that, but she will never again feel the pain of being hit, or the feeling of threat to her life while we can protect her. She will stay with us forever as valued member of our family.