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Comedian Max keeps laughter coming at county dinner

Welsh comic legend Max Boyce was a big hit at a special Gloucestershire dinner.

The entertainer and singer provided plenty of laughter for the 130 guests at the event at Hatherley Manor Hotel.

Max is well known for his love of rugby union and has performed all over the world, including a sell-out tour at Sydney Opera House in Australia.

Last night's dinner was organised by Aitch & Aitch Bee and included a silent auction and charitable raffle supporting the Wooden Spoon Gloucestershire charity, funding projects across the UK to support disabled and disadvantaged children.

Punchline-Gloucester.com was the main sponsor for the event and Editor Mark Owen, who is also managing director of Moose Marketing & PR, said: "We are delighted to support these events which have raised thousands of pounds for such deserving charities over the last two years.

"Max joins a long line of outstanding speakers in a quality venue. It was a fantastic night."

For more details on future Aitch & Aitch Bee events visit www.aitchandaitchbee.buzz  or call 07766 027272.

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