Sunday, 28 October 2012

Gary Hollywood: fundraiser for hospice

Gary in bid to raise £20,000 for hospice

Actor Gary Hollywood is aiming to raise £20,000 at a Glasgow charity ball in memory of a cancer campaigner.
Gary, who plays Dino Doyle in BBC comedy Mrs Brown's Boys, joined his wife, Sharon, and Radio Clyde DJ Romeo for a Halloween Ball to raise money for the Donna Mortimer Ballantyne Charitable Trust.
Last night's event at the Crowne Plaza Hotel included entertainment by singers Mary Mac and Nina Nesbitt, as well as live dance music.
The Trust is raising cash to build the Kilbryde Hospice, East Kilbride.
Donna died of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, in June last year. She was 39.
She had raised more than £1million for cancer charities after her diagnosis in 2002.
Read more at Evening Times

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