Line dancing extravaganza raises more than £3,500 for Cancer Research UK

12:15 20 March 2014

Cancer Research U.K Charity Event
 raised £3520.90 for Cancer Research U.K

Cancer Research U.K Charity Event raised £3520.90 for Cancer Research U.K

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An all day line dancing event raised more than £3,500 for charity.

The dance extravaganza, which included masterclasses from international choreographers Dee Musk and Karl-Henry Wilson, raised £3520.90 for Cancer Research UK.

During the day a raffle and other fund-raising initiatives were held and in the evening DJs Richard Palmer and Lee Hugman performed sets.

The event, which was staged at Holbeach Community Centre, was organised by line dancing teachers Ron and Marion Bloye, of Sutton Bridge.

The day was particularly memorable for Marion, who was celebrating her 60th birthday.

The pair teach on Tuesday evenings at the Braza Club in March from 7-10pm. (Beginners 7-8pm and Intermediates 8-10pm). For more information call Ron on 07554 008221

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