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Charity holding whiskey tasting evenings in Bromsgrove and Droitwich
8:10am Friday 31st January 2014 in News
A BROMSGROVE charity raising money for multiple sclerosis is holding two whiskey tasting evening.
JAYs, which raises money for research into multiple sclerosis as well as funding local specialised nurses, is holding the events in February.
The first is being held from 8pm on Saturday, February 15, at the Gardeners Arms, in Vines Lane.
The second takes place from 8pm on Saturday, February 22, at the Rousler Bar at Bromsgrove Sporting Club's Victoria Ground, in Birmingham Road
During the events various Highland malts will be available for testing including Glenglassaugh Evolution, Oban, Glencadam, Tullibardine Sovereign and Deanston Virgin oak.
JAYs raises money for research into multiple sclerosis, as well as funding local specialised nurses.
The Bromsgrove-based charity is named after its three founders, husband and wife Jackie and Anthony Turpin, and their friend Yvonne, all of whom are from Bromsgrove.
The three launched the charity after Mrs Turpin was diagnosed with MS in 2002.
Tickets for the evenings are £25 for five doubles, or £15 for five singles.
Places are limited so people are encouraged to book by February 9, by calling Tony on 07929791824 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details on the charity visit jays.org.uk.
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