Forties buff to DJ at charity fundraiser

CHARITY BASH: Foreground (right) Cassie Cooper and Murray Rose and friends brought a flavour of World War Two to York when they dessed in period costumes to promote a Blitz party in aid of Cancer Research UK

CHARITY BASH: Foreground (right) Cassie Cooper and Murray Rose and friends brought a flavour of World War Two to York when they dessed in period costumes to promote a Blitz party in aid of Cancer Research UK

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A 1940s ENTHUSIAST is lending his services to a fundraising event for Cancer Research.

Murray Rose is to DJ at a vintage party being held at Sadberge village hall, near Darlington, on Saturday, February 1.

Mr Rose and his authentic 1940s Jeep were in York on Tuesday (January 21), promoting the event, which will raise money for Cancer Research UK and St Teresa’s Hospice, in Darlington.

The party is being organised by Cassie Cooper and family in memory of her aunt, Barbara Cooper.

It will include a canteen dance party, vintage cocktail bar, and performances by the Blitz Sisters as well as Murray’s DJ set.

Tickets cost £15 and are available from Miss Cooper. Email cassieannecooper@googlemail.com

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