'Cockney knees-up' to raise funds for Bethnal Green tube disaster
FUNDRAISERS will be holding a cockney knees-up on Sunday to raise money for the Bethnal Green tube disaster memorial. Stairway to Heaven has organised the auction and raffle at the Carpenters Arms in Cambridge Heath Road. The event will kick-off at 3
FUNDRAISERS will be holding a 'cockney knees-up' on Sunday to raise money for the Bethnal Green tube disaster memorial.
Stairway to Heaven has organised the auction and raffle at the Carpenters Arms in Cambridge Heath Road.
The event will kick-off at 3pm with a parade of Pearly family members from Bethnal Green tube station and Lorraine, Pearly Queen of Tower Hamlets is expected to join in on the fun.
Tickets cost �5 and are on sale at the Carpenters Arms in advance or on the day.
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