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PUBLISHED: 11:48 12 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:00 03 July 2010

EAST Coast Liners are hosting their third Daffodil Line Dance Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Last year a total of £2,055 was raised during a fabulous night with favourite dances and music.

EAST Coast Liners are hosting their third Daffodil Line Dance Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Last year a total of £2,055 was raised during a fabulous night with favourite dances and music. This year's Daffodil Dance choreographed by Chris Hodgson to Gimme Hope Joanna, an upbeat fun piece of music by Eddy Grant will be learned by line dancers all over the country and danced during Daffodil Week.

Put on your dancing shoes, pin on your daffodil and help us raise vital funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Every step you take will help nurse someone with terminal cancer in their own homes.

If you've never danced before it's not too late to join in, beginner classes Monday lunchtime 12.15 to 1.45pm or Thursday evening 8 to 9.30pm at Uplands Community Centre, Ashburnham Way, Carlton Colville… four weeks to go… you can do it.

This year's event is on Saturday, March 14 at Carlton Colville Community Centre, Hall Road, Carlton Colville, Lowestoft, Suffolk, from 7.30 to 11pm. We have a huge raffle, bar and pot luck buffet (everyone brings something for the buffet table).

Beginner friendly, split floor dancing, all welcome. Tickets £5 from Norma, telephone 01502 562953 or e-mail eastcoastliners@talktalk.net. Take a look at the website for last year's event and more details www.eastcoastliners.talktalk.net.

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