Aughton’s Got Talent Returns

Eunice Woof (left) & David Gallagher (right) with the Mayor of Ormkirk.

Eunice Woof (left) & David Gallagher (right) with the Mayor of Ormkirk.

Dr David Gallagher and Eunice Woof MBE are returning to Aughton Village Hall this September in search for more talent.

Do talent you would like to showcase?

Contact David on 01695 421158.

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Aughton’s Got Talent 2013 will build upon the success of the 2012 event this year to raise funds for the Queenscourt Hospice and The Stroke Association.

Saturday 21st September 2013, 7pm

Charities

Queenscourt Hospice is a local charity that provides support for the people of Southport, Formby and West Lancs, caring for patients with serious illnesses. They help people achieve the best possible quality of life at each new stage. We help to do this both in the Hospice and at Home through our in-patient unit, Queenscourt Connect and Queenscourt at Home services.

The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity which supports stroke survivors, their family, friends and carers across West Lancashire to rebuild their lives after stroke. The charity also campaigns to improve stroke care and funds ground-breaking research to change the lives of people affected by stroke. Stroke Association staff visit stroke survivors and their families in Ormskirk Hospital and at home, to offer vital, practical support. They also run a Life After Stroke group at Skelmersdale Cricket Club.

Tickets

  • Adults: £10
  • Children: £5

David on (01695) 421158, Eunice (01695) 422 482 or Marg Johnson on 01695 423 617.

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