The annual Curry Night organised by the Catcott Village Association brought together nearly 100 villagers and friends for an evening of delicious Asian food and the chance to learn some new dance steps.
Attending the popular event at Edington Village Hall were some of Catcott’s long-time residents and some of the newest with one couple moving in just a month ago.
A choice of eight dishes was prepared and served by CVA volunteers.
A round of “Turbans and Safaris” to find out which villagers can tell the bottom from the top helped get the evening warmed up. June Jones emerged the winner.
The highlight of the raffle were tickets for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinal match to be played at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
The main entertainment of the evening came from Asif Malik who guided the more energetic through some Bollywood moves.
CVA chairman Matt Tyler said the evening had been a great success. “Thanks for your support,” he told the hall. “The money we raise will help the CVA to continue to put on events for the village, like the Open Gardens each year, the pensioners’ lunch and the village Christmas tree.” The CVA also provides flower planters around the village and supports St Peter’s Church and Catcott Primary School.
The CVA would like to thank their sponsors for the evening for their support and providing raffle prizes: Matt Tyler, House of Colour, Mole Valley Farmers, the King William pub, St Peter’ Church, Gwilliam’s of Edington, Alak beauty and Dillaway and Dillaway of Glastonbury.