Drive in for cancer!

Lingen Davies Cancer Fund have launched their first “Drive In Cinema Experience, featuring Disney’s 2019 version of Aladdin. The first charity event of this kind will be held at Alderford Lake in Whitchurch on Monday 31st August 2020.

The local cancer charity, have, like many charities, seen a huge hit to their fundraising due to the COVID-19 pandemic and so have created this event to allow guests to enjoy an evening out from the comfort and safety of their own car. With lock down lifting, and social distancing taking place, now’s the perfect time to start planning an outdoor movie night with friends and family!

As this is a COVID-friendly event guests can rest assured that Lingen Davies will be putting in place all the necessary measures to keep everyone safe. By enjoying this unique cinema experience from the comfort of your own car, you’ll be minimising contact with others while supporting this fantastic local charity, whose aim is to make a positive difference to lives affected by cancer in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Mid Wales.

Tickets are a suggested minimum donation of £30 per car and are available at lingendavies.co.uk/event/driveincinema or contact Lizzy on 01743 492396.

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