Looking for the face to launch a thousand chips - March club hosts a French fries eating tournament

15:54 06 August 2014

Real Dreams Culture and entertainment centre, March. Left: Rytis Gramantas. Juratg Gramantiene and Laura Gramante. Picture: Steve Williams.

Real Dreams Culture and entertainment centre, March. Left: Rytis Gramantas. Juratg Gramantiene and Laura Gramante. Picture: Steve Williams.

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If you’ve got a healthy appetite and fancy chipping in on a challenge then a cultural and entertainment centre in March could be just the place this weekend.

The Real Dreams and Co Cultural and Entertainment Centre is holding a French fries tournament for anyone who has the stomach for a fast food contest.

The tournament takes place on Saturday from 7pm and anyone who wants to take part is advised to register in advance by visiting the Station Road venue’s Facebook page.

The club is run by a Lithuanian mother and son team who host a wide range of events to appeal to all ages.

Jurate Gramantiene, her son Rytis Gramantas and his wife Laura Gramante are hosting the tournament as one of a whole host of activities taking place at the venue over the summer.

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