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Jim Davidson performs at Ipswich charity ball in aid of Care After Combat

PUBLISHED: 12:19 08 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:20 09 February 2018

Comedian Jim Davidson will be performing at a charity ball in Ipswich in aid of Care After Combat. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Comedian Jim Davidson will be performing at a charity ball in Ipswich in aid of Care After Combat. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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The Ipswich Hotel, Copdock, is hosting a ball in aid of Jim Davidson’s charity Care After Combat.

Organised by Barry Dye Entertainments, doors for the April 20 event open at 6.45pm for a 7.30pm start. It ends at 1am and dress is optional.

There’s entertainment from comedians Davidson and Micky Zany plus music from Wattisham Military Wives Choir and The Austin Beats.

Tickets are £60 and also include a three-course dinner plus coffee, auction and raffle.

They’re available now by emailing barrydye@aol.com

UK-based Care after Combat provides professional assistance for the well-being of veterans and their family. It’s aim is to support veterans with alcohol and substance misuse problems and reduce the numbers of re-offending veterans in the criminal justice system.

See www.careaftercombat.org for more details.

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