By YASEMİN GÜLPINAR
Raising funds for the CESV 112 for the first time following closure of the Children in Need Foundation (CiNF), the Supper Club event saw Derek Green, Roy Carter and Carlton White take to the stage for charity while performing music from the 60s, Motown, 70s Soul and Disco, Dancefloor and R&B.
Organiser Laurence Floyd said: “It was a great night enjoyed by all and it was thrilling to see how much we raised for the CESV for the first time through the Supper Club and we were glad to hear they would be putting in a 3,000TL contribution to the Food Bank which we (CiNF) had supported for three years and which will be state-run after July.”
CESV operations director Stephen Collard said: “I would like to express my sincere gratitude to organisers Delia and Laurence Floyd for putting so much effort into this event which has raised such a wonderful amount.
“It was a very well received night and everyone I spoke to said they greatly enjoyed themselves.
“It’s great to see the obvious change in attitudes towards first aid training as recently we have been approached by many businesses, both expat and Turkish Cypriot, and are more than happy to assist them with the vital skills needed.”
For more information about first aid training contact Mr Collard on 0548 845 5927.
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