‘It was so much fun’ – 80s night raises £400 for The Nicola Emmerson Trust in Royston

PUBLISHED: 12:06 02 October 2016 | UPDATED: 10:17 03 October 2016

Laura Whitford and Julie Emmerson at the  80s night.

Laura Whitford and Julie Emmerson at the 80s night.

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Royston shop owner Laura Whitford organised an 80s night to raise cash for local charity, The Nicola Emmerson Trust at Royston Football Club. Laura, who owns No.3 Royston, said of the night: “It was so much fun - Howie our DJ played some brilliant songs, we ate penny sweets, and had an amazing night, raising £400 for The Nicola Emmerson Trust. Roll on the next party night.”

The Nicola Emmerson Trust raises money for research into sudden cardiac death after

Royston woman, Nicola, died suddenly at the age of 20 in 2007.


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