70s Motown Charity Night

£1245 raised for LOROS and Thrummy Drummer Dementia Social and Support Group.
Parish Councillor, Rob Potts raised an incredible amount of money for charity at his recent Motown event. It was a great night Rob’s efforts were appreciated by all those who attended.

The event made a whopping £1245 for charity – split between the Thrummy Drummer Dementia Social and Support Group and LOROS. Each received a cheque for £622.50 on 10th March.

The Thrummy Drummer Dementia Social and Support Group meet on the second Thursday of each month at Elizabeth Park between 10.30am until 12.30pm, there is time at each meeting for the group to chat together, get to know one another and share day-to-day experiences.

The aim is to help alleviate the isolation that can be experienced by dementia sufferers and carers, all who are affected by dementia and their carers/family are warmly welcomed. Although not a registered charity, they are a non-profit making group, funded by donations and charity events.
LOROS is a local hospice, caring for local people. They deliver free, high-quality, compassionate care and support to terminally ill patients, their family and carers.

Rob said, “Thank you to all who came to the Motown charity night and a big thank you to Marwood Funerals and GTS Security Services for donations. I’d also like to thank Di from the Syston Conservative Club for her support.”