FUNDRAISER: The dinner will help fund the Amiens history association's activities.
FUNDRAISER: The dinner will help fund the Amiens history association's activities. Contributed

Amiens history on the plate

AT 7pm on August 25, the Amiens History Association is holding a fundraising dinner at the Stanthorpe RSL.

As a follow on from the Association's deputation to the historic battlefields of WW1 at The Somme in Belgium and France, the theme will be French.

The French cuisine will be a gastronomic delight so book a table whether or not you are members.

Anyone interested in local history will find the evening very enlightening and you will be made to feel very welcome.

There will be a silent raffle, a viewing of the documentary produced by the French television crew who visited the Pikedale Soldier Settlement area before Anzac Day this year.

The documentary was televised in France before the centenary of the battle of Villers-Bretonneux.

Tickets are $60 per head and all funds raised will be used to further establish the Amiens Legacy Centre, the opening of which is planned for November 11 this year.

Payment upon booking. RSVP by August 20. Bookings can be made by calling Colleen Willis on 0438 100 577 or email currawonga@activ8.net.au

Treat yourself to a great night.

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