Seasonal screening of Bridget Jones’s Diary supports mayor’s fund

Iconic blockbuster Bridget Jones’s Diary is getting screened to help nearby charities.

The Mayor of Knutsford is inviting everyone to be a part of him for a particular seasonal screening of the 2001 romantic comedy at The Curzon..

The movie starring Renne Zellweger will be proven at 6pm on Wednesday, December 8 to raise money for his picked out charities, the Knutsford branches of the Royal British Legion and St Vincent de Paul Culture.

City mayor Cllr Stewart Gardiner said:“This iconic movie has something for everyone, laughter and tears with a sprinkling of seasonal festiveness.

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“Even if you’ve seen it before it’s worth another viewing.

“On this occasion you can enjoy the film after a glass of wine and help me raise money for my chosen local charities, so bring your friends and enjoy a pre-Christmas a mid week night out in the name of a good cause.”

Tickets are £15 and include a glass of wine on arrival, popcorn and one ticket for a raffle which offers a selection of great prizes.

To book contact Michelle Bate, civic events officer on 01565 653929 or email [email protected]

Any businesses wishing to donate a prize for the raffle can contact Michelle on the details above.