Sainsbury’s Coleraine wish to thank everyone who took part in its Strictly Sainsbury’s event.
The dancers were fantastic and coached by professional, Gerald McQuilken who choreographed the event.
Compere, Mark Crawford worked with the band Ian Hannah and The Cola Cubes, both made sure everyone had a fantastic night of laughter, dancing, great music and most importantly, raising money for Coleraine Samaritans.
The ‘Strictly’ judging panel of Gwyneth McQuiston, Shona Lamont-Barr, Richard Heaton and David Laughlin, thoroughly enjoyed the event deeming every competitor a winner in their own right.
Hazel, from Sainsbury’s said: “The total raised on the night for the Samaritans was £2,500. This will make a real difference to the charity and the work they do for our community.
“We would also like to thank the following people for their contribution on the night: Iconic Street Dance Group, Cameo Bridal, Ian Hannah & The Cola Cubes, The Lodge Hotel, Gerald McQuilken, Hope & Gloria, Tweedy Acheson, Royal Hotel in Cookstown, Smugglers Inn, Boots plc, Bushtown Hotel, Tracy’s Treats, Trust Ford, Bushmills Distillery, North West Regional College in Limavady, Mark Crawford, Gwyneth McQuiston, Shona Lamont-Barr, Richard Heaton, David Loughlin, Jamie Williams, RTC Designs, Mountfern Adult Centre, Coleraine Samaritans, The Coleraine Times and everyone who helped and attended the evening.”