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Northern soul dancers get back out on the floor for charity in Cromer

PUBLISHED: 14:18 08 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:38 08 January 2018

The Cromer Community Centre.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

The Cromer Community Centre. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

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Cromer Soul Club will return to the Cromer Community Centre for another Northern Soul dance night in February.

Together with Cromer Social Services, the night will raise money for Young Minds, and organisers hope to beat the £280 total raised in November.

The Keep The Faith dance night will be on Saturday, February 17.

The event started off as a one-off and has quickly developed into a regular club night, with further outings booked into the New Year.

Trevor Half-Nelson and Hitman Hawkins will be manning the decks, playing a blend of Northern classics and crossover gems.

Trevor Half-Nelson said: “Attendance more than doubled on our second visit to the venue, so it’s clear there is an appetite for this amazing music.

“We’ve extended the night to run from 7.30 to 11.30pm.”

The night promises attendees a competitively priced bar, friendly hosts, a great wooden dance floor and a brand new sound system.

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