Royston 80s party is a charity hit
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An 80s party got people in the fundraising spirit when it raised more than £1500 for sick children.
The event, organised by Royston handyman David Knight, raised cash for Make-A-Wish foundation - which arranges treats for children with life threatening conditions.
David said: “Our guests were wonderful and all turned out in absolutely crazy outfits.
“Best dressed was so hard to judge, but went to Elmo and Big Bird from Sesame Street – they must have been boiling in their costumes.”
Natalie Hill from Make-A-Wish UK said: “We are extremely grateful to David for organising this fundraising event. It’s people like David who help to reach our target of granting 90 wishes this year.”
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To donate visit www.justgiving.com/david-Knight30.
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