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Elvis’ big charity gig

PUBLISHED: 15:53 29 July 2009 | UPDATED: 15:48 16 August 2010

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THE King proved he is well and truly alive at a garden party in aid of a children s charity. Over 700 people attended the Garden Spectacular at

THE King proved he is well and truly alive at a garden party in aid of a children's charity.

Over 700 people attended the Garden Spectacular at listed building Harcourt House in Grasmere Road, Bromley, raising £5,682 for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).

Organiser Freda Davis was joined by Elvis impersonator Pete Perke, as well as barber shop singers the Kentones and crooner Peter Sinclair, who provided entertainment at the event, which took place on July 12.

The garden won Bromley in Bloom in 2007 and anyone interested in visiting it should contact Ms Davis on 07958 534074.


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