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High Peak mayor's final charity fundraiser of the year

Six former mayors, as well as the current Mayor and Deputy, were at Woolley Bridge Club in Hadfield for the final fundraising event for the mayoral year. 

Each year, various events have been held across the borough to raise funds for the mayoral charities chosen by the mayor for their term in office. 

Current High Peak Mayor Councillor Paul Hardy and Mayoress Mary Hardy have been supporting The Thomas Theyer Foundation, Glossop Mountain Rescue and the Partington Players Theatre. 

A fun-packed night of music, bingo, karaoke, and a quiz saw over £300 raised for the charities. 

Mike Redford compered the evening, with Charlie and Stewart Holmes taking charge of Bingo and Quiz and Gail Campbell organising the refreshments.  

Club members played their part in ticket selling and donating raffle prizes. John Parkins, a committee member and photographer, was on hand to record the event. 

The Woolley Bridge Club is run by a dedicated team of members who care for its inclusive nature and ensure a warm and friendly welcome for everybody. 

Images by John Parkins

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