Hilton Village Hall raise funds for Woodlands Cancer Centre through charity fun night

PUBLISHED: 13:05 17 January 2014 | UPDATED: 13:05 17 January 2014

Pictured are (from left) Roy and Patricia Bellass, Karen Pryor and Sophie Walker from the Woodlands Centre, and Beverley and Chris Tack.

Pictured are (from left) Roy and Patricia Bellass, Karen Pryor and Sophie Walker from the Woodlands Centre, and Beverley and Chris Tack.

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Party goers dressed and danced as though it was the 1950s and 60s at a charity fun night in aid of the Woodlands Cancer Centre extension appeal.

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Partygoers dressed and danced as though it was the 50s and 60s at a charity fun night in aid of the Woodlands Cancer Centre extension appeal.

Hilton Village Hall hosted the event, which featured a supper, quiz and displays of memorabilia enjoyed by more than 70 people.

They raised £837 for the appeal which they presented earlier this month.

“It was a great success,” said Beverley Tack, who had the idea for the night. “We would like to thank all those who gave donations and everyone who came and supported us for this very worthy cause.”

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