Student Megan Gamble is inviting people to put their dancing shoes for a night of fun to raise funds for disabled children.
Megan, aged 19, is studying at Liverpool’s Hope University to be a special needs teacher, is organising ‘Let’s Dance’ for Newlife Foundation charity for disabled and terminally ill children.
But more than just a music event, it will include fire-breathers, stilt-walkers, raffle and auction, as well as dance group displays.
The venue for the event is Modo in Concert Square, on April 27th and Megan is hoping to attract people from all ages and walks of life.
She said: “There will be lots happening on the night, with singers, dance group displays, and a raffle with prizes donated by people including local restaurants, beauty salons and shops.”
Megan is also hoping to attract stilt-walkers and fire-breathers and to stage an auction- she has been promised lots to include signed footballers’ shirts. Tickets are on sale at £6 each through Megan on 07843 682625.
Newlife Fundraising Manager Nora Smith said: “We are delighted that Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children will benefit from this special day – it will raise awareness of who we are and what we do.
“Every penny that is raised will go directly to help provide children with essential specialist equipment they so desperately need.”