Tonight’s surprise performer:

Soda Pops Trio

The 19th door was opened tonight at Loch & Quay in Christchurch. Steve Ellson from Christchurch Rotary welcomed everyone and introduced Fiona Key from tonight’s sponsors Liberty Private Care, who explained the work they undertake.

The chosen charity was Christchurch Community Partnership. Sandra Prudom of the CCP explained the much needed work that they do in the local community.

The entertainment was provided by Soda Pops Trio who were excellent. The audience in the restaurant enjoyed a fantastic evening, raising a lot of money for CCP and were entertained by a superb professional performance by Sally, Bee & Claire from Soda Pops, who sang a mixture of Christmas Classics in perfect harmony.

Soda Pops Trio at CLAC 2023
Soda Pops dancing
Soda Pops

At the end of the performance Fiona Key from Liberty Private Care presented a cheque for £500 to the CCP and the raffle arranged by the charity was drawn. Steve then thanked Kemal Azzeddin from the Loch & Quay for being such superb hosts for the evening together with Soda Pops for entertaining us all so well.

Steve went on to thank the Primrose Trust for being the prime sponsor of CLAC. Finally he thanked Jan Banks for heading the CLAC TEAM. An excellent evening was enjoyed by all, afterwards a number of us had a superb meal at the venue of which £5 per head was donated to the charity. Tomorrow’s CLAC evening, day 20, is in Druitt Hall at 6pm.

Fiona Key of Liberty Private Care tonight's sponsor
Fiona Key of Liberty Private Care tonight's sponsor
Sandra Prudom accepting the sponsor's cheque on behalf of the Christchurch Community Partnership
Sandra Prudom accepting the sponsor's cheque on behalf of the Christchurch Community Partnership

Soda Pops perform ‘Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree’:

Rotary volunteers at the Loch & Quay
Rotary volunteers at the Loch & Quay
Venue host Kemal Azzeddin from the Loch & Quay
Venue host Kemal Azzeddin from the Loch & Quay

Raising money for:

Christchurch Community Partnership

The CCP exists to combat social isolation across the age demographic in our community of Christchurch. We do this in two ways – by directly delivering services, and by influencing other organisations and agencies to work collaboratively to identify and fill any gaps, and to avoid duplication of services.

Thanks to tonight’s Venue:

Loch & Quay

Loch & Quay logo
Loch and Quay is the kind of bar/restaurant that you will want to return to again and again. Bring your girl/boyfriend for that special intimate supper, or bring your Granny for a traditional Sunday Roast. We’re perfect for coffee and cake after shopping, and a fun venue for that punchy cocktail before the cinema. We have fabulous innovative shared platters for a convivial supper with a group of mates.

Our talented chefs also produce those special dishes for a more formal ‘wow-factor’ supper, because sometimes it’s good to impress! Our staff are welcoming and friendly and the ambiance is relaxing, yet stylish.

roast meal at Loch & Quay Christchurch
Kindly sponsored by:

Liberty Private Care

Liberty Private Care logo

At Liberty Private Care, we offer bespoke, high-quality home care in and around Christchurch for you or your loved one.

All of our carers have a minimum of 2 years experience and most have an NVQ in Health & Social Care. We can provide End of Life care, Live In care, Complex care as well as helping our clients to get up or go to bed, at meal times or for trips out.

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19th December’s surprise performers:

Soda Pops Trio

Sodapops are a trio of experienced performers from the Bournemouth area singing in three part harmonies.

We specialise in the vintage sound, singing the music of the 40s, 50s, 60s and modern swing with a vintage twist.

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SodaPops Trio - three part harmonies