Dances raise £2,000 for Louth Hospice

A number of tea dances held last year has raised �2,000 for the Louth and District Hospice, with the money recently being presented to them. EMN-150430-142957001
A number of tea dances held last year has raised �2,000 for the Louth and District Hospice, with the money recently being presented to them. EMN-150430-142957001

A number of tea dances held last year have raised £2,000 for the Louth and District Hospice, with the money recently being presented to the organisation.

Marjorie Barnes from Louth, came up with the vision of helping out the Louth And District Hospice by bringing Blackpool to Louth in the form of a tea dance in Louth Town Hall, known as ‘Blackpool on the Lud.’

With the help of Andy Howlett at the Town Hall, the dream was made into reality.

This year’s tea dances will be raising money for St Barnabas.