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Gravesend Residents Spend Evening at the Races

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20 February 2020

Gravesend Residents Spend Evening at the Races

Residents of Watling Court Extra Care Housing Scheme in Gravesend enjoyed a night out on the tiles this week, when they hedged their bets at the local dog racing circuit.

Thrill-seeking residents of the Ifield Way housing scheme boarded the minibus, excited for an evening of action-packed adrenaline at Crayford’s greyhound racing track.

Over the course of the evening, the residents enjoyed a three-course meal whilst placing some bets on the 12 races, commemorating their wins, they of course enjoyed a couple of celebratory drinks too!

Helen Goulding, Housing Officer at Watling Court said: “We’ve been to the dog racing a few times as a group and it always proves to be a really fun and sociable evening out.

“Everyone had a great time and we even had a few wins over the evening, so all in all, it was a great success. We’re all looking forward to going again in a few months’ time.”

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