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SALFORD MACMILLAN FUNDRAISER DAY
 

Star date: 28th April 2011

RACECOURSE FUN FOR MACMILLAN

MacMillan Fundraiser Day
Sunday May 1st 1pm-late, entry by voluntary donation
Racecourse Hotel, Littleton Rd, Salford 

A fab full-on fun day is taking place this Sunday at the Racecourse Hotel in Lower Kersal to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support with loads of kids entertainment in the day time, including a Punch and Judy show. After 7pm the sounds kick in with a Northern Soul and Motown Music Spectacular. And all day there's a raffle where you could win a rare Salford Star t-shirt, amongst other top prizes.

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Face painting, Punch and Judy, hot dogs and hopefully hot weather will make a great day for kids and adults in the fabulous ambience of the Racecourse Hotel and its gardens on Littleton Road.

From 1pm-4pm the kids take centre stage; between 6pm and 7pm No Turn Unstoned take the stage for some live sounds with Barnyard, Chirper and the gang; while, from 7pm there's a Northern Soul and Motown Music Spectacular disco with a hot pot supper.

It's all part of a MacMillan Fundraiser Day and, throughout, raffle tickets will be on sale to win some great prizes donated by local businesses, including a rare Salford Star t-shirt. 

"Last year we raised funds for St Ann's Hospice, and this year we're doing it for MacMillan support because MacMillan workers live day to day with cancer sufferers with people who are going to die" says organiser Mike Skeffington "Whereas we might experience it, unfortunately, once or twice in our lifetime these people are dealing with it on a day to day basis throughout their working lives. They show a great deal of dedication so it's whatever we can do to help them along really."

Entry is by voluntary donation to MacMillan and there's that fundraising raffle. Did we mention that you could win a rare Salford Star t-shirt as one of loads of great prizes?

MacMillan Fundraiser Day
Sunday May 1st 1pm-late, entry by voluntary donation
Racecourse Hotel, Littleton Rd, Salford 

 

 


 

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