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No men allowed: It’s Girls Night Out

Carrie Grant

Carrie Grant

GIRLS Night Out is a chance for the fairer sex to let your hair down this Saturday night, and go have a giggle.

But, more than that, you’ll leave the event feeling pampered and inspired. It’s a win-win affair, being fronted by the lady with the best hair on TV – Carrie Grant, and Jo Enright.

You’ll know Carrie from her time working on Pop Idol, and of course these days she’s a frequent visitor to our homes on small screen staple, The One Show.

This bash, organised by World Vision UK, also features Jo Enright, recently seen in Life’s Too Short, the Ricky Gervais comedy.

She will deliver a stand-up set and Carrie might just spill some celeb stories for you too, but the purpose behind the event is a serious one.

Both women have made recent trips to Uganda to see the work World Vision do in the area.

Carrie had been previously, but remained just as shocked on her return: “We met one woman who had been abused by both her father and her first husband, before contracting HIV from the second man she married,” she recalled.

“Luckily World Vision is working in her community to help people with the illness access better healthcare and find new, sustainable ways to earn a living.”

You can help by taking a ticket for Saturday’s show at the New Life Church, Featherstone Centre, Wolverton Mill South.

Tickets are £7 on the door, a fiver in advance, call MK 224580.

> All ticket holders will receive a goody bag to take home, thanks to sponsors including Cadbury, and complimentary drinks and treats will be served during the interval.

Fella’s: Get your own tea.

The ladies are off out!

 
 
 

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