Prom organised by Cross Hills Co-op staff raises £1,115

Craven Herald: The money will be donated to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance The money will be donated to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

More than 100 people enjoyed a charity prom night, staged to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The night was arranged by staff from Cross Hills Co-op and raised £1,115.

It was held at Keighley Rugby Union Club Sutton resident Joyce Crawford, one of the organisers, said guests had made a big effort, adding that she and her colleagues were delighted with the total collected. She thanked everyone who contributed.

“Any amount raised would have been good, but for us to manage this much was great,” she added.

“We also had a raffle, which was held in the store. The Co-op donated the prizes.

“On the night there was a local DJ, David Snowden, and music by the band Catch 22. It was a really good night.”


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