Dancers step up to help Family Fund
A1940S Tea Dance held at Hesketh Bank Christian Centre was a big success.
Everyone had a big smile on their faces, enjoying the dancing, tea, cakes and spam sandwiches.
The dance was supported by 13 local business donating toward the raffle through gifts and vouchers.
Tracy Taylor School of Dancing encouraged people to learn dances such as the foxtrot.
The local 471 Air Cadets money for Family Fund, a char- Squadron helped out by open- ity who help disabled, learning ing the event with a drill, sing- needs and seriously ill children ing, serving food and dancing. and their families.
Even two Fordson Tractors A total raised from the event were on display kindly sup- through tickets sales, raffle, an ported by Chris Wright and auction of a BBMF picture entertainment of a four piece signed by a local RAF Lancaster saxophone quartet called Pilot and a JustGiving Opposite Saxes. account was £1,300.
The event was organised by A big thank you to all helpers Sharon Sutton, with the support involved and businesses: of Hesketh Bank Christian Booths Hesketh Bank Centre, to raise awareness and Tesco’s Leyland Elevate Physiotherapy Motivated Fitness
Bargain Booze Hesketh Bank Elaine France
Lisa Prescott Hairdresser Tarleton Fones and Computers Hesketh Bank
The Window Box Tarleton David Burns Jewellers Hesketh Bank
Eclipse Health and Fitness Hesketh Bank
Guests enjoying themselves at the 1940’s Tea Dance held at Hesketh Bank Christian Centre
Sharon Sutton who organised the 1940’s Tea Dance held at Hesketh Bank Christian Centre
The local 471 Air Cadets Squadron at the tea dance