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Outlaws take flight to help air ambulance

Outlaws and Inlaws linedancing club presentation to Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Pat Lee, centre, from Yorkshire Air Ambulance, with Ron and Wendy Huckerby.

Outlaws and Inlaws linedancing club presentation to Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Pat Lee, centre, from Yorkshire Air Ambulance, with Ron and Wendy Huckerby.

The Outlaws and Inlaws line-dancing group have been treading the floorboards to raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The group who practice at the Christ Centre of Leeds Road, Lightcliffe, presented a cheque for £1,680.

Outlaws and Inlaws is run by Wendy and Ron Huckerby and over the past ten years, they have raised over £17,500 for the YAA.

Mr Huckerby said: “This money is raised mainly by holding monthly raffles at our classes, by sales of books, greeting cards, fruit and vegetables and quiz sheets also help.
“We would like to thank all our class members for the continous and generous support.”

Classes are held in Brighouse and Lightcliffe and until last summer, at Wyke.

The YAA is an independent charity providing a life saving rapid response emergency service and need to raise £9990 per day to keep both of Yorkshire’s Air Ambulances maintained and in the air.

 

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