With spectacular views across Poole Harbour from its location on Evening Hill at Sandbanks, Lewis-Manning Hospice will be opening up its gardens to the public on Friday 5 September for an evening of live music.
Entertainment will be provided by local saxophonist, Chris Croft, who will be accompanied by Dave Carson on the guitar. The duo are part of local jazz band Revolution Club, who regularly play gigs all over Dorset.
The evening starts at 7pm and tickets are priced at £25 per person, which includes a two course posh BBQ provided by the Dorchester-based catering company Fish Face. The menu includes pulled pork, smoked brisket and satay chicken kebabs. Also included within the desert menu is raspberry pavlova, with jelly and panna cotta lighthouses. Please bring your own drinks and glasses.
All money raised will be used by Lewis-Manning to support local people living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. For tickets, please call the Fundraising Office on 01202 701000.