Dancers step up to help Fam­ily Fund

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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

JA Jones

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

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