Banbury 80s Christmas disco will raise money for children's hospice

A Christmas disco with all the sounds of the 80s will be held in Banbury on Saturday, December 17.
Morrisons' community champion Mandy Merry who has been organising a charity Christmas Disco for Saturday, December 17Morrisons' community champion Mandy Merry who has been organising a charity Christmas Disco for Saturday, December 17
Morrisons' community champion Mandy Merry who has been organising a charity Christmas Disco for Saturday, December 17

The event is being run by Morrisons, and organised by the supermarket’s community champion, Mandy Merry.

It will take place at Banbury United Football Club from 8pm – 12.30am and proceeds will go to Helen & Douglas House Hospice and Together for Short Lives, a leading UK charity for children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions. Helen & Douglas House is a registered hospice charity, opened in 1982, based in Oxford and providing palliative, respite, end-of-life and bereavement care to life-limited children and their families.

Tickets cost £10 on the door but £7 in advance (£5 for Morrisons’ staff), available from Morrisons, Banbury United FC and the club lottery stand in Castle Quay.

The price includes cold snacks and nibbles and there will be a raffle for prizes to be won on the night.