Strictly Come Dancing with Paces Sheffield!

28th October 2015

On Friday 13th November, the One Stop Hillsborough store will be hosting a Charity Dinner Dance to raise funds for Paces' Personal Development Centre.

This event will take place from 7.30pm at Hillsborough Football Ground in the 1867 Lounge, where we will enjoy an evening of live entertainment, music, food and fundraising. The One Stop store is trying to generate as much funding as possible to help support the ongoing costs of Paces' new adult provision, which was launched on 29th September. One Stop employees were inspired to host this fundraising event after seeing the progress one of their colleagues had made when attending a Paces programme. Paces is probably best known a specialist charity for children and young people with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders. However, the Personal Development Centre is an extension of the organisation's expertise to support adults with a wider range of neurological conditions including Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, after effects of Stroke and acquired brain injury. You are invited to join us at the One Stop Charity Dinner Dance; to book your ticket or to ask for a table party pack, contact Jack Taylor on 07954 383051 (tickets priced £30). To find out more about Paces Sheffield please: See or website:; Find us on Facebook:; Follow us on twitter: @paces_sheffield Or contact Natalie Yarrow (Funding Coordinator) on 0114 284 4488 ext 209 or

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