A CHARITY disco is set to mark what would have been Joe Leyland's 18th birthday.
His family are set to continue their fund-raising drive in his memory by hosting a 1980s themed night on Saturday, August 4.
Since Joe’s sudden and unexpected death in 2016, his parents Ian and Maria, and sister Charlotte, have raised thousands for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), funding heart-screening sessions for young people and defibrillators at community hubs.
The 1980s disco will be held at the Guild Hall in Tape Street, Cheadle, from 7.30pm and fancy dress is optional.
Tickets are £20 including buffet and raffle ticket on arrival.
Amanda Salt and Linsey Price from Barclays Bank will also be in attendance selling raffle tickets as the bank’s match-fund scheme allows them to add to any proceeds by up to £1,000 each.
To buy tickets, visit Ashbourne Road Post Office, Cheadle, or call into the Times and Echo offices in Tape Street opposite the Guild Hall.
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