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Animal Crackers

Animal Crackers

Stanford Animal Welfare Society

VERY IMPORTANT: Music On the Lawn is changing their name to Animal Crackers.

Animal Crackers 2017 will be held at the same place – Castle Herriot, Adderley Street, Stanford.

Join us on the 9th of December at 18:00 for a night filled with fun and surely not to be missed.

Entrance fee is a very small R20 per adult and R10 per kids, all funds raised on this cracking night are in aid of Stanford Animal Welfare Society.

Bring your own drinks, glasses, rugs, chairs and swimming costumes. Delicious food on sale, loads of fantastic raffle prizes to be won and as always the best entertainment in Town – special performances by the Barking Trio and the Ballerina's!

Animal Crackers

Stanford Animal Welfare Society

Stanford Animal Welfare Society is a non-profit organisation that works closely with local volunteers who offer their services at no charge. SAWS offer a safe haven for lost, underprivileged, abandoned and abused animals in Stanford and the surrounding area and also provides shelter for animals hopi...

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