Hundreds of pounds raised for The Joshua Tree

Olivia Lindsay-Gould and Pippa Meln enjoy tea and cake at the Hanging Gate.

Olivia Lindsay-Gould and Pippa Meln enjoy tea and cake at the Hanging Gate.

First published in News

HUNDREDS of pounds have been raised for a Northwich charity thanks to coffee, cake, pampering and rock 'n' roll.

A coffee morning at the Hanging Gate, in Weaverham, raised £105 for The Joshua Tree with cake sales and a raffle.

A ladies night in Cuddington attracted 60 guests who enjoyed browsing stalls and being pampered, raising more than £630.

Organisers are planning another ladies night in September to coincide with International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

A band night has also taken place, featuring Breaking Empires, Without a Trace, Dear America and Sound Technique.

This was held at Winnington Park Rugby Club and raised more than £750, which will be shared between the charity and the club.

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