A HOMELESSNESS charity will host an historical tea party for good causes.
Cllr Eve Rose Keenan, the Mayor of Rotherham, will attend the Shiloh vintage bonanza from 3.30pm to 5.30pm on Saturday, October 21.
The event will include tea and cake, a raffle, stalls, swing music and live singers — plus a class courtesy of non-profit dance collective RotherHop.
Teachers Dave Doyle and Krissy Moore will take guests through a few basic steps to get them up and in the groove.
Tickets to the party cost £4 each, with funds being split between the Mayor's Charities.
Telephone 07939180512 to reserve tickets. The event takes place at Shiloh, 15 Station Road, Masbrough. Vintage dress is encouraged.
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