Charities’ club night

Night-clubbing fundraisers (from left to right) Deborah Hill, Clive Mason, Rich Parker and Andrew Roberts.
Night-clubbing fundraisers (from left to right) Deborah Hill, Clive Mason, Rich Parker and Andrew Roberts.
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A NIGHT of music from the 70s and 80s was played at a Ripley nightclub to raise more than £1,400 for two worthy causes.

The Tainted Love Night, at Ice, on April 29, featured ska, reggae and new romantic classics and saw the club packed with more than 400 people.

Organiser Deborah Hill said: “It was really well-attended with people coming from many areas of England and we even had a visitor from Italy.

“People partied until 2am and really celebrated a great era of music. We raised lots of money and plan to do others, and all in all had a great time.”

Proceeds will be split between children’s charity Barnardo’s and The Ripley Music Festival.

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