Harlow Young Labour charity night raises hundreds for dementia garden

News / Mon 14th May 2018 am31 06:31am

Harlow Young Labour Raise 562.53 for a garden for the dementia ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

A CHARITY Bingo night at The Greyhound Pub, was the setting for over a hundred bingo goers on Friday 11th May. Shannon Jezzard, the youth representative, for Harlow Young Labour, had the idea for the night and was joined by singers Cara Sheridan, Charlotte Howell and comedian Clare Harrison McCartney in her team. Amongst them, they managed to get local businesses to donate prizes to the cause and hosted the night.

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There were ten prizes donated and won on the night, which consisted of a tattoo and piercing form Custom Ink, a psychic reading from The Mystery Chest in Bush Fair, a hair cut from head2head, a three course meal from the Greyhound pub, Nandos vouchers, A gym pass from Xercise4less, Cineworld tickets, vouchers from Quaser and a buffet meal from The Garden of India.

It was a great turn out in the pub and a successful night, which raised £562.53 from the bingo players, plus donations from a bucket.

A spokeserson said: “We look forward to seeing the garden in the dementia ward at PAH and to our next charity night, which is a comedy night called Stand up for Harlow. Dates and venue to be announced.

“Thank you to all the generous local businesses who donated,to the Greyhound pub for it’s hospitality and to everyone who donated and played on the night. See you at our next Young Labour charity night.

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1 Comment for Harlow Young Labour charity night raises hundreds for dementia garden:

2018-05-14 11:21:05

Harlow Young Labour once again doing themselves and the whole town proud by offering some positivity and fun for a great cause. This is a magnificent grassroots movement that inspires enthusiasm in everyone they come into contact with, and younger people getting involved in the way politics is run and, as a result, in the direction of theirs and all our lives can only be a good thing. Endlessly inventive and motivated, they're a credit to our community.

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