Mayor's Christmas Tea Dance
to bring festive cheer
THE Mayor's Christmas Tea Dance will
get the festive season off with a swing, on Wednesday, 7 December 2016, from 1.30pm
4.00pm. The event is taking place at Wallasey Town Hall again this year after
last year's inaugural tea dance was a sell out success.
All money raised will go towards the Mayor of Wirral's charity appeal;
supporting Wallasey Sea Cadets and the Wirral Community Narrowboat Trust, which
provides days out and activities for thousands of local disabled and
Tickets cost just £5 and people can also give an early Christmas present by
sponsoring a place for an elderly person who might struggle to find the money
for their own ticket.
Live Music will be provided by The Swingmasters, who will be playing all the
favourites to fill the Town Hall's beautiful sprung dancefloor. Guests are also
welcome to just sit back and soak up the festive atmosphere while enjoying hot
drinks, mince pies, sandwiches and cakes, which are being kindly provided by
Wirral Met College catering students.
The Mayor of Wirral, Cllr Pat Hackett, said:- 'Christmas is a time for
people to come together and enjoy themselves, so the tea dance is lovely way to
get into the spirit of the season and spread a bit of Christmas joy.
I'd also urge people and community groups such as luncheon clubs to get in touch
if they know of any isolated or disadvantaged older people who might like to
come along and be our guest with one of the sponsored places.'
Tickets and sponsored places are available from the Mayor's Office via
email, by calling:- (0151) 691
8527, alternatively you an also do it via visiting the Wallasey Town Hall Reception.