Charity fund-raising night for Sam

Charity night in aid of Sam's Place at the Parks Cafe'Sean Gallagher, owner of the 'Parks' Art Deco cafe at Stanley Park, and Dr David Cooper
Charity night in aid of Sam's Place at the Parks Cafe'Sean Gallagher, owner of the 'Parks' Art Deco cafe at Stanley Park, and Dr David Cooper
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Talented performers, auctions of sporting memorabilia and an extensive raffle helped to raise more than £1,000 for a Fylde charity.

The Parks Cafe, in Stanley Park, held a charity night in aid of Sam’s Place, a vision to build a £2m respite centre for children with life-threatening illnesses on the Fylde coast. Sean Gallagher, who runs the cafe, kept guests entertained by a variety of talent from Irish dancing to an Hungarian violinist.

Dr David Cooper, founder of Trinity Hospice and Brian House in Bispham, is leading the vision for Sam’s Place after meeting Sam Ronson, who died aged nine after suffering from a life-limiting condition.