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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2011


A big thank you to everyone who supported the 'Not Strictly Ballroom' charity dance




A big thank you to everyone who supported the 'Not Strictly Ballroom' charity dance marking a return to the old Tower Ballroom Club in Gorleston and making it such an extra special event. Your generous help and that of a number of local businesses has meant that all the ticket and raffle money, £425 has been donated to the Palliative Care Unit fund at the James Paget Hospital.
 
Palliative Care East Cheque


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TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2011


Not Strictly Ballroom raises over £400 for Palliative Care Fund




We really want to thank everyone who came to our charity dance on Saturday in aid of the Palliative Care Unit fund at the James Paget Hospital.
 
With the extra sponsorship we had from local businesses and the raffle ticket sales it means that we will donate over £400 to the fund. Well done everybody!
 
We weren't sure how we would feel being back in the Tower Ballroom with all it's history and memories, but everyone we've spoken to seems to think the same as us; It was good to be back there, it's still a great venue and we would all like to go back again - watch this space!!
 
Back to Kessingland this weekend.
 
Yes we're back in our lastest venue, Kessingland Sports & Social club this weekend for our regular Not Strictly Ballroom night. For ...

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MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2011


PRESS RELEASE:




PRESS RELEASE:

TITLE: Ballroom Dancing Nostalgia at the Tower Club in Gorleston for charity.

When the well known ballroom owner, Diane Mckenzie, died 2 years ago it meant not only the loss of a charismatic ballroom dancing teacher, but also one of best known dance floors in the area at her Tower Ballroom club on Riverside in Gorleston.

After laying empty for some time, the Kingfisher Boxing club have completely refurbished the building for their members training needs but have retained the ballroom and its excellent sprung wooden floor.

On Saturday the 2nd of April 'Not Strictly Ballroom' will be holding a very special dance at the club with all the profits being donated to the Palliative Care Unit fund at the James Paget Hospital.

The event will be sponsored by local businesses and there will be a very special raffle with some ...


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