Dancers’ delight

Stroke patients at Doncaster Royal Infirmary are set to benefit thanks to the fundraising efforts of a local dancing group. Pictured at the cheque presentation are: (back row, L-R) Shirley Fearn, Ward Sister; Dr Dinesh Chadha; Wendy Holt, Healthcare Assistant; Chris Hyde, Physiotherapist; Dr Monohar Kini, Consultant on the Stroke Unit; Terence Barker; (front row, L-R) Alison Constantine, St Johns Hospice; Irvine Oliver; Pauline Danson and Malinda Lygo.

Stroke patients at Doncaster Royal Infirmary are set to benefit thanks to the fundraising efforts of a local dancing group. Pictured at the cheque presentation are: (back row, L-R) Shirley Fearn, Ward Sister; Dr Dinesh Chadha; Wendy Holt, Healthcare Assistant; Chris Hyde, Physiotherapist; Dr Monohar Kini, Consultant on the Stroke Unit; Terence Barker; (front row, L-R) Alison Constantine, St Johns Hospice; Irvine Oliver; Pauline Danson and Malinda Lygo.

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STROKE patients at Doncaster Royal Infirmary are set to benefit thanks to two women at a dancing group.

During one of their afternoon dances, the Christ Church Dancers group presented a £1,400 donation to hospital staff.

Malinda Lygo chose the Stroke Unit as her father, two uncles and some of the dancers have died as a result of a stroke.

 

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