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The 1940s, An Evening of Music and Dance

2015  marked the 70th Anniversay of the end of the second world war, Bourne Lions held their first "1940s Evening of Music and Dance, at the Corn Exchange, 3 Abbey Road, Bourne. Entertainment was provided by The Tweedie Sisters. Union Flag Crossed wth the Stars and StripesPerforming as the Andrew Sisters  and supported by the Blitz Dancers.

2016 brought the sounds of  "swing" by The Huntingdon Big Band who entertained those attending with the nostalgic tunes by  Glenn Miller and other bands of the time. The Huntingdon Big Band returned again to entertain in 2019.
In 2018 the singing duo "The Dreambelles" entertained those who came to listen to their rendering of war time songs, filling the venue with atmosphere and nostalger of a time long past but never forgotten.

2020 celebrated the 75th anniversay of the end of second world war, our annual event returned, by popular demand with "The Dreambelles" Two very talented ladies, Amanda Watton and  Lucy Crunkhorn, performing songs of wartime favourites.

2022: Brings to the venue, Paula Marie a talented young singer who will  entertain  our popular 1940s evening with favourite classic songs from the era, together as always the Blitz Dancers  who will get you on the dance floor  to the sounds of "Swing" and the "Jitterbug" and other popular dances of the time.

The 1940s uniforms and costumes of the era adds to the evenings atmoshere, and is the desirable dress but not essential.
Tickets are limited and include a Fish and Chip Supper and are on sale at Harrison & Dunn Hardware Store, 34 North Street Bourne, PE10 9AB.

The success of this evening has become an annual event in the Bourne Lions Calendar, and praised by many as one of the best 1940s evenings in South Lincolnshire.
Come and be transported back in time to the 1940s, dance and sing your hearts out and experience a good nights entertainment.

AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING, WE WILL REMEMBER THEM