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An evening to celebrate the life of Jim Demetriou Friday 16th November

An evening to celebrate the life of Jim Demetriou Friday 16th November cover

An evening of soul music & dancing to celebrate the life of Jim Demetriou

Friday 16th November

The Loom Bar (formerly Needles), 5 Clipstone Street, London W1

7.00pm 2.00am / entry is £5.00 and 100% of the proceeds will go to The Lymphoma Association (lymphoma.org.uk)

DJs: Ady Croasdell / Tony Smith / Ady Lupton / Rob Holmes / Lenny Dopson / Buey / Ben Summers / Angelo Acanfora / Liam Fuller

In Jim's memory, all the money raised on Friday will go to the Lymphoma Association, so here's what it's all about...

Every hour of every day one person in the UK is diagnosed with lymphatic cancer. There are over 10,500 new cases of lymphoma in the UK each year, half as many again as the much better known leukaemia. It is the most common cancer in the under-30s and the 6th most common cancer overall. Despite this incidence, lymphoma is not a well known disease and many patients first hear of it on diagnosis, making them feel extremely isolated. The Lymphoma Association provides emotional support and information on a range of issues to anyone with lymphatic cancer and to their families, carers and friends.

It's a worthy cause and obviously the more money raised the better, but the most important thing is we have a good night. That's what Jim would really want.

can read the forum thread about the event here


original news post on sad news


6ts website tribute


forum sad news messages thread


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