Diss’ Unit 23 celebrates first two years with party this Wednesday

Joshua Gould, who lives near Thorndon, has scooped the national Apprentice of the Year Award for his work at Unit 23 in Diss. ANL-141103-094532001
Joshua Gould, who lives near Thorndon, has scooped the national Apprentice of the Year Award for his work at Unit 23 in Diss. ANL-141103-094532001
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Diss arts organisation Unit 23 has invited all comers to join in the celebrations of its first two years creating local projects this Wednesday, January 13.

The group, which has spearheaded events such as Diss Fest, is hosting an evening of food, conversations and music, including a performance by Dave Thomas, at Amandines Cafe and Restaurant in Norfolk House Courtyard, St Nicholas Street.

Attendees are also encouraged to speak with Unit 23 members and find out about upcoming projects, including Freefall, and how to get involved, with youngsters aged between 14 and 19 particularly urged to come along and share their ideas for events.

The evening runs from 7pm until 9pm and is free to attend, although Unit 23 has requested anybody wishing to attend send RSVP email to info@unittwentythree.co.uk