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Duerr’s raise £30k for More Tomorrow’s

Duerr’s raise £30k for More Tomorrow’s

Duerr’s raised £30k for ‘More Tomorrow’s’ at the ‘Jamski Ball’ held on 23 November.

Anna Karenina partied the night away alongside Dostoevsky and Yuri Gagarin at the Russian themed charity ball which took place at The Monastery in Manchester.

‘More Tomorrow’s’ is a campaign to raise much needed money to fund the construction of the new ‘Manchester Cancer Research Centre’, opposite The Christie Hospital. This will play a vital role in pioneering research and turning it into tests and treatments that are bringing us closer to the day all cancers will be cured.

Since 2000, Duerr’s have raised more than £525,000 for charity. In 2013 we held a 70’s themed ‘Marma Mia’ Ball in aid of Place2Be, who provide school-based emotional and mental health support to children, parents and teachers.

 

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