The cast of 50 Shades of Grain (a cereal killing) performing their Murder Mystery to raise funds to help eradicate Polio.
To Celebrate 100 years of the Rotray Foundation doing good in the world, 9 Members of Manningtree Stour Valley Rotary Club and one willing volunteer from the audience performed to a packed hall the hilarious Murder Mystery 50 Shades of Grain (a Cereal Killing). All funds from the evening will go to Rotary's campaign to eradicate Polio from the world once and for all.
With laughs in abundance right from the start the audience were treated to an evening of entertainment they will not forget for a long time.
The evening raised over £1000 for Rotary's End Polio campaign which with the generous donation from the Gates Foundation will ensure that 15000 children will be immunised from the horrible effects of Polio.
We would like to thank everyone who turned up and made the evening the success it was.
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