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Article: Terry Jenks Moustache set to disappear in Sussex!!

Terry Jenks Moustache set to disappear in Sussex!!

Some of the world’s best professional darts players will be on show at a charity fundraising night for Bradbury Enhanced Care Service, which is part of Chailey Heritage Clinical Services.

Premier League stars James Wade, Simon Whitlock, Mark Webster and Raymond van Barneveld will be joined by a whole host of top professionals for the star studded event at Roffey Social and Sports Club, Horsham tonight

All proceeds from the event will go to the charity, which provides crucial support for young adults with complex health needs, physical disabilities and life limiting conditions.

The night provides the chance for you to play against some of the best PDC professionals, whilst contributing to an excellent cause.

Terry ‘The Bull’ Jenkins will be shaving off his famous moustache for the first time in 33 years. There will also be auctions, as well as photo and autograph opportunities with all of the players, in what it guaranteed to be a fun packed evening.

Other star players taking part in the event include Mark Webster, Paul Nicholson, Vincent van der Voort, Co Stompe and Michael van Gerwen.

Bradbury Enhanced Care Service is a small four bedded unit in the heart of the Sussex countryside, within the grounds of Chailey Heritage School. The service provides a high standard of clinical care with the emphasis of being a ‘home from home’ for patients and their families.

The friendly team of health professionals include experienced nurses and fully trained care support workers, who provide round the clock care, as well as a 24 hour ‘on call’ consultant.

All fundraising donations are currently being earmarked to provide an adapted vehicle, to enable the young people within Bradbury Enhanced Care Service to have the freedom and flexibility to be able to enjoy outings in their own vehicle, which is something they have never had before.

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