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Elvis Night raises over £3,000 for Pilgrims Hospices

Posted on 25 March 2013

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The ever popular Neil Duncan brought the house down at Margate’s Winter Gardens with an Elvis Night to raise more than £3,000 for Pilgrims Hospices on Friday.

He added in extra humour by entertaining everyone with Tommy Cooper jokes and Norman Wisdom impersonations.

Neil said: “It’s great to see so many people enjoying themselves on a night out for such a worthy cause. I am already looking forward to seeing you all again on Friday 15th  November as Dean Martin, with Sammy Davis and Frank Sinatra as the Rat Pack.”

Regional Fundraising Manager Karen Kenward said: “Neil is a great entertainer, his humour is infectious and he has such a great following too.
I have already had many enquiries for the Rat Pack evening in November. I really cannot thank him enough for making our evening so special. It’s always great to see people together having a good laugh and enjoying themselves.

 “Pilgrims Hospices relies on the local community to help raise £10 million a year to support people with life-limiting illnesses in east Kent. We really could not run our three sites in Thanet, Ashford and Canterbury without their help.”

For further information on the Rat Pack evening at the Winter Gardens on Friday 15th November, please contact Karen on 01843 233934 or email karen.kenward@pilgrimshospices.org.

 


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