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"Evening Only" tickets now available for REAL!

I know that some girls have to work on Saturday, so to help them and others, TODAY we are releasing special “Evening only” tickets to REAL

You're so welcome, and we want to do whatever we can to help you to get there!

Tickets are only £5 each and are available from Kerith reception on the evening itself.


Our wonderful Kerith Events Manager, Sue Ranger, has written this useful information for any woman who would like to purchase an evening ticket for either the Friday or Saturday evening session (or both!)


The evening sessions on Friday and Saturday begin at 7.30 with a fantastic creative Performance piece, so please arrive in really good time to register and get your seat! Kerith Centre doors will open at 6.30.


Parking at Kerith is restricted to those with conference passes or disabled blue badges, so please plan and allow some extra time to get parked, and to take the short walk in from the town centre car park.

Over 400 women will be doing exactly the same, and we will have friendly Kerith Welcomers along the route to guide your way, so you wont be alone!

Any questions, please contact Sue

01344 828808

Sue.ranger@kerith.co.uk


There's a great sense of expectation building, that God will speak to each individual, and that together we will be challenged by His Word and Love. We are going to have a fantastic time together, and are so pleased that you'll be joining us for whatever length of time.

Thank you for investing in you, and being a part of REAL 2013

See you very soon!

Catrina x

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