Dancers lead way in charity fundraiser
ADANCE school hosted an event in aid of The Christie cancer hospital.
The charity dance at Mykita Dancing School on Snape Road in Hurdsfield raised more than £2,600 for the charity in Manchester.
Members donated a wealth of prizes for a raffle.
The school, specialising in ballroom and latin dancing, has been going for over 35 years and is owned and run by Michael King.
His daughter Ali said: “Members have been incredibly generous providing raffle prizes, auc- tion prizes and sponsorship. The Christie shares a special place among many of the members at Mykita and through the generous donations we have been able to achieve a tremendous amount to help.
“It was a fantastic night.”
Verina Wilde, a cognitive behavioural psychotherapist, was among those to offer her services as a donation for the auction on the night.
She said: “It was a fantastic fundraising event for Christies.
“It was great fun and a great success for the charity. Well done Michael and the team at Mykita.”
●● Mykita Dancing School in Macclesfield raised more than £2,600 with an event for The Christie Hospital