Dancers lead way in char­ity fundraiser

Macclesfield Express - - HEART OF THE COMMUNITY -

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

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