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Northern Noise Club - Northern Soul at St Bede's


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The very best on 45's

The little club playing the big sounds!

Northern Soul - Motown - Crossover & Classics.

Saturday 12th January 8pm - 1am.

St Bedes Club, Brownley Street, Clayton Le Woods, Chorley PR6 7JF

TEL: 01772 336600


Great Music, Cask Beers, Sprung Dance Floor - No EGO'S!

DJ's - Nick Jones & Rik Williams, Dave Perry and Janet Clinton.

Full Details Contact - Nick 01257 269391

Entry £3.00 on the door

First 30 will receive a complimentary CD

All profits will go to the Ross Tomlinson Tribute Fund. http://hopefunds.chr.../ross-tomlinson

Ross died in August 2012 of cancer at the age of 21. He attended Balshaw's High School, Leyland and we are raising money for The Young Oncology Unit (Y.O.U.) to help teenager cancer patients at Christies Hospital in Manchester. The trust is aiming to raise over £60,000. Please support this worthy cause. www.RossTomlinsonTributeFund.org

We hope to welcome you to our friendly northern soul club!

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All profits from this event go to the Ross Tomlinson Tribute Fund, raising money to build better care for young cancer victims:

Ross was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer called Medullablastoma aged 18 and sadly after the strongest and bravest battle he died aged 21. During this long traumatic 3 years undergoing neurosurgery twice, over 70 radiotherapy sessions, 23 months of intensive chemotherapy and 3 months of palliative care, Ross managed to inspire the people around him through his love for life and his refusal to be overcome by the pain and suffering that his illness brought. This inspiration and respect has encouraged his family and loyal friends to set up the Ross Tomlinson Tribute Fund in honor of his life and outstanding courage.

Ross had an unrivalled enthusiasm for life and adventure, so with these traits in mind those that were touched by Ross are embarking on a series of fundraising events and sponsored adventure challenges together in his memory, to raise funds for The Christie Young Oncology Unit, who supported Ross through his illness and made it possible for Ross to continue to enjoy life to the full whilst he fought and struggled for his life.

Ross was just a teenager when he was diagnosed with the disease which meant that he was treated in the Young Oncology Unit (Y.O.U.) at The Christie. The Y.O.U. specialises in young cancer patients aged 16 to 24 years and caters for the unique individual needs of these patients when a devastating cancer diagnosis affects a multitude of areas, from either their educational studies or newly started careers to difficulties with their social life and body image due to the changes caused by aggressive treatment, The Y.O.U. provide a unique environment to enable them to have as normal a life as possible and to support them mentally as well as medically through this terrifying disease.

Ross always admired the team at the Y.O.U. and was extremely grateful for the care, support and treatment he received. Ross was determined to give something back to the Christie and he raised considerable sums of money for the unit himself whilst still undergoing treatment. This included a sky dive during aggressive chemotherapy treatment, at the astonishment and praise of his medical team, testament to Ross’s spirit, character and inspiring nature.

The Christies are currently in the process of building a new Young Oncology Unit that will offer state of the art care for teenage and young adult cancer patients. All the money raised from Ross’s fund will help to build and facilitate ongoing care for this new unit to secure this essential environment and specialist treatment in the future for young people like Ross, assisting them to overcome cancer and to make their time fighting this dreadful disease as painless as possible.

We are extremely grateful that you are considering engaging with us to fulfill the legacy left by Ross and we would really value your support. The money this will help raise will be invaluable to this tribute fund, which will ultimately help the future of young cancer patients like Ross have a better quality of life whilst struggling through very difficult life changing treatment.

Thank you for your support and helping us make a difference for all our unfortunate young people; we look forward to fundraising with you all.

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