Milway Garden Party - August 2012

Sat, Sep 1st 2012 at 12:00 am - 12:00 am

A great time was had by all at the now famous annual Milway Garden Party. Great food, fun and fellowship all aided by a fabulous live jazz band. A great day and £2,000 raised for nominated charities.


As well as having a really good time we always raise funds for charity.This year we split the money raised between two good causes: 

Ampthill's new Parkside Community Hall - Building work will be starting in the new year and funds are needed to fit it out

The Training Centre we are building in Ghana to help young people with disability to work and live independently. Work is well under way and we just need about

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Summer Garden Party

back The Milways hosted yet another summer garden party in their fabulous garden. The Bethnal Green Big Band entertained us with their lively music and song.

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