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Star date: 16th July 2011 

STACEY BROOKES FUNDRAISER AT THE WILLOWS
Friday 22nd July £5
The Willows Variety Centre
Weaste

Next Friday sees a fundraiser at The Willows for the family of top mum of three, Stacey Brookes, who unfortunately passed away recently aged just 33 from a very rare form of cancer.

The family evening will feature a disco, street dancers, tombola, raffles and loads of fun in Stacey's memory. All for a fiver.

Full details here…


Stacey Brookes
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Stacey Brookes was the life and soul of her community in Ordsall but recently she passed away from a rare form of cancer, aged just 33. Now her many friends have got together to organise a fundraising event at The Willows for the three children - ages 13, six and five – who Stacey has left behind. They want to give the children a proper family holiday together before they move on to live with separate relatives.

"Stacey was lively, outgoing, bubbly, cheeky, she loved life and was a fantastic mum" says her friend, Sue Hunter "A group of us are now trying to raise money for the children and any donations will be gratefully received."

The family event this Friday evening at The Willows will feature a disco, tombola, a fab raffle with prizes donated by local businesses, plus children's games and street dancers. The evening is all set to incorporate Stacey's love of fun.

We urge everyone to get down there and see Salford's community spirit at its finest.

STACEY BROOKES FUNDRAISER AT THE WILLOWS
Friday 22nd July
The Willows Variety Centre
Weaste Lane, Weaste

Tickets: £5 only available in advance – contact Sue by e-mail suehunter92@hotmail.com

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