IN PICTURES: Charity barn dance raises almost £1,000

PUBLISHED: 14:00 05 April 2019

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

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Hundreds of pounds was raised at a charity barn dance on Saturday.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation (JHF) – which looks to help support struggling young people by pairing them up with adult mentors – saw resounding success, raising almost £1,000.

The dance was a community event with everyone chipping in to help, with volunteers running the bar, people donating homemade cakes and a hog roast from The Pickled Pig Company.

Managing director, Pearl Cross, said: “JHF events create opportunities to bring the entire community together, young and old alike, including our young mentees who often feel isolated within their environment.This event was a true representation of community spirit and we are so grateful to all those involved.”

Around 120 people, decked out in cowboy and cowgirl outfits, packed into Kenn Village Hall for the event to enjoy line dancing and music from Gypsy’s Kiss.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.

The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.The Jack Hazeldine Foundation charity barn dance evening at Kenn Village Hall.


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